The European rhinoceros beetle is one of the largest beetles found in Europe. It can grow up to nearly two inches long.
The grass eggar is a moth common all over Europe.
The box tree moth is native to East Asia but it has become an invasive pest all over Europe.
Ferocious water bugs, also known as toe biters are large predatory bugs.
The western conifer seed bug is a common pest in North America.
Lacewings are delicate looking flying insects in the order Neuroptera.
The larvae of the black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) are known as Phoenix worms and used for composting and as pet food.
Dragonflies are carnivorous flying insects that rule the air in the insect world.
The red milkweed beetle is a longhorn beetle that actually lives on and eats milkweed.
Cicadas, just like crickets, are very noisy insects.
Leaf beetles feed on plant leaves sometimes stripping the whole plant of its foliage and destroying it.
The Swallowtails are beautiful butterflies, many of them are native to North America.
Metallic green bees sometimes known by their genus name Agapostemon are native to the Americas.
The Virginia Ctenucha is a species of moth native to the eastern part of North America.
The banded longhorn beetle is a North American flower longhorn beetle.
The European chafer beetle is native to Europe, but it has become an invasive pest in North America.
The viceroy is a species of butterfly that protects itself from predators by looking like the poisonous and foul tasting monarch butterfly.
Monarch butterflies are famous for their migrations from as far north as Canada to all the way down to Mexico.
The larvae of the darkling beetle Zophobas morio are known as superworms.
The Colorado potato beetle is a highly destructive pest that eats the foliage of the potato plant thereby destroying potato crops.