An instant guide to insects: the most familiar species of North American insects described and illustrated in color
An Instant Guide to Insects is an ideal compact identification guide to the most familiar insects of North America, from bugs to butterflies, from moths to mosquitoes, and all the thousands of other species of insects commonly seen in the home, garden, city and countryside.
This user-friendly guide assumes no previous knowledge: an easy-to-follow system of color-coded bands (denoting type of insect) and symbols leads quickly to the correct section of the book. Detailed, full-color illustrations of insects, with larvae where applicable, plus a distribution map and a concise but informative text make it easy to identify positively the most familiar species of North America.
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abdomen adults but wingless Adults feed America Antennae Antennae thread-like ants aphids apples attack attracted to lights bark bite body brightly colored brown or black bugs burrows butterflies carrion caterpillars common crops cylindrical dragonflies dung elongated elytra feed on leaves feed on plants females fermenting fruit flattened Flower Beetles fore wings galls gardens grasshoppers gray green hairy head hiding by day hind legs hind wings illustrated insects katydids lacewings large numbers larvae larvae feed lay eggs leaf leathery long legs maggots Males mayflies membranous wings molt moths mouthparts native plants nests Nocturnal Nymphs oaks oval ovipositor parasites pests pollen baskets ponds predators prey proboscis pronotum roof-like position rove beetles Sawflies scale insects similar to adults slender soft-bodied soil soldier flies species wingspan Springtails sting stout sucking tail filaments thorax Tiger Beetle tiny trees usually vegetation veins wasps Water Boatmen water striders Weevil wing buds wireworms