Honey bee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

long Apis mellifera, Apis mellifera flying back to its hive carrying pollen in a pollen basket. Pictured in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on a private facility.

ladybug- ladybugs will eat aphids!

Ladybird's favorite food is Aphid (greenfly/blackfly) which attack plants. Ladybirds are a beneficial insect and gardners and Horticulturalists encourage them.

Mason bee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This image shows an Red Mason Bee couple (osmi.

Giant house spider -  is not toxic

Giant House Spider--cousin, competitor, and occasional predator of the hobo ( The Book of Deadly Animals is now available in the US.

Aphid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Pea Aphid Public Domain To combat an enemy you must first know your enemy. An Aphid is a slow-moving, tiny, soft-bodied insect that comes in a wide variety of colors. Some Aphids can be almost colorless. Aphids have antennae with 4 to 6 segments.

banded woolly bear moth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

banded woolly bear moth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cinnabar moth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The cinnabar moth flies by day and has orange and black striped caterpillars. They feed on ragwort and are the subject of a campaign by Buglife because plans are afoot to destroy the weed.

Slug - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Common Garden Pests and how to Treat Them - Not my favorite article to read this time of year, but I need a refresher course.

Ground Beetle- eats slugs and snails.

The adult Ground Beetle is a FIERCE predator of many kinds of slugs and snails.

Worm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

How to Gather Earthworms. Earthworms are often used as bait for anglers, but they're also integral to healthy gardens, and are great in compost areas because they break down organic matter quickly and turn it into nutrient-rich soil.

Burying beetle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Burying Beetles make home out of the dead for their young and the male’s home attracts the mate. They are unusual among insects in that both the male and female parents take care of the brood.

Cinnabar moth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, caterpillar stage

The wonderful stripey caterpillar of a Cinnabar Moth (Tyria jacobaeae), becoming less common as its food source, Ragwort, is increasingly being eradicated as a noxious weed.

Devil's coach horse beetle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Devil's coach-horse beetle Life After Life by Kate Atkinson is published in hardback, ebook and audio on 14 March 2013

Rosalia funebris - Banded Alder Borer

Rosalia funebris - Banded Alder Borer

Chrysopidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - stinks bad!

Chrysopidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - stinks bad!

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