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Hi Kristine I think it is great that your son is interested in insects, especially ants. I began my love for bugs at about 6 years of age and I have been studying ants for many years. We live on a world
Hi Dale There is just a part of an insect here and it is the abdomen. From just looking at the abdomen I cannot positively identify it. However from the size and where you found it, it does look like
Hi Rick With regards to Buq 1 I cannot see enough here to make any identification but Bug 2 is a beetle and from the facts you have b given me about it could be one of the common household pests. If
Hi Andrew It appears you have 2 different spiders here he thinner one is a Cellar spider likely of the Genus Pholcidae.. The one with the nasty looking palps or jaws in the front is a Long Jawed Spider
HI Anneli You are correct. This is a immature cockroach. This means that you may be able to nip any population explosion in the bud because they are not breeding yet. Try getting things under control
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