Insect field guides for flies
Insect field guides for spiders
Insect field guides for beetles
Insect field guides for bees and wasps
Insect field guides for butterflies and moths
Insect field guides for dragonflies and damselflies
Insect field guides for aphids
Insect field guides for water bugs
What is an insect?
What kind of eyes do insects have?
How do insects protect themselves from enemies?
What is an exoskeleton?
What is the largest insect?
What is the smallest insect?
Insect field guides help individuals know what type of insect they find whether in their own back yard or out on a hiking trip. The reason insect field guides are so important is that you will be able to learn if the insect is dangerous or not.
When you look at the various insect field guides, you will see an alphabetical listing of the common insects known in the area. If you choose an insect field guide for a specific state, you will learn about the insects that live in that state. If you choose an insect field guide for a particular region then the amount of insects can be quite a bit larger.
An insect field guides will provide:
- Common Name
- Scientific Name
- Life Cycle
- Food Source
- Pest Status
This is the information that will be included for each insect found in the insect field guide.