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Bugs - Aren't They Buggin' You?

written by: pantera182
 
Some people find them disgusting, while others have dedicated their lives to studying their charming little world. Bring in the bugs!

Question 1:


What common name is used to refer to the insects from the subfamily Triatominae, mainly found in the Americas?
Lollipop bugs
Pretty bugs
Kissing bugs
Microphone bugs

Question 2:


What is the largest extant butterfly species on the planet?
Rajah Brooke's Birdwing
Cairns Birdwing
Queen Alexandra's Birdwing
Goliath Birdwing

Question 3:


Why were the insects known as snakeflies given this interesting name?
Their body is elongated.
They have a venomous bite.
They hiss.
They have snake skin color patterns on their back.

Question 4:


What distinctive anatomical feature does the beetle species Trogodendron fasciculatum possess?
Its abdomen is blue
A green W mark on the back
Very large red eyes
Bright yellow antennae

Question 5:


What does the flamboyant flower beetle, also known as striped love beetle, feed on?
Insects
Nectar
Carrion
Blood

Question 6:


What belief about the European hornet, the largest European eusocial wasp, is widespread among the people who are afraid of it?
Three stings can kill an adult human, and seven can kill a horse.
If it stings you, you'll never have children.
If it stings you on the arm or leg, that limb has to be amputated.
Stinging results in deep sleep that you may never wake up from.

Question 7:


To what geographical area is the Ctenomorphodes chronus, a species of stick insect, endemic?
South America
Australia
Madagascar
All of these

Question 8:


What kind of substance does the female redeye cicada prefer for laying eggs into?
Plant tissue
Living animal organisms
Animal and human hair
Dead animal matter

Question 9:


What part of their body do the insects from order Archaeognatha use to spring up into the air?
Front legs
Hind legs
Antennae
Tail

Question 10:


What is the literal translation of the Greek word 'Embioptera', which denotes an order of insects, also known as webspinners?
Small wings
Lively wings
None of these
Yarn knitter

 


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