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Dragonflies Moths and Butterflies Moths - Moths may look like butterflies but they are merely cousins. Wile most butterflies flutter from flower to flower during the day, moths are night creatures and usually pollinate flowers that bloom only at night. Moths also have a structure that holds their front and hind wings together that butterflies lack. While moth caterpillars are famous for ruining crops and clothes, some species are beneficial to humans. Bombyx mori, a species of moth found in China, has been used to produce silk for more than 4,000 years. Workers obtain the silk from the moth's cocoon.
Ladybug - A ladybug is a type of beetle with short legs. Ladybugs are often welcomed by gardeners thanks to their appetite for aphids and other small, soft-bodied insects. Ladybugs can eat as many as 5000 aphids in their lifetime.
Myth: The spots on a ladybug's back indicate which species the ladybug belongs to, not its age. Tarantula - Tarantulas are the biggest and perhaps hairiest of all spiders. Like other spiders they have 8 legs complemented by a pair of sizable fangs. Tarantulas hunt insects and rodents. They kill their prey by injected them with venom that liquefies their insides. To humans, a tarantula's bite will cause some discomfort, but it is not dangerous unless you are allergic. Dragonfly - The dragonfly is a fascinating and much photographed insect. Its iridescent wings create a beautiful play of light as it dashes across summer ponds and lakes at speeds ranging from 50 to 60
miles per hour. While in flight, dragonflies keep their spiny feet together so that they form a basket that can capture other insects. Dragonflies feast on these insects while in flight. You might see two dragonflies flying together. These are usually a couple as dragonflies also mate in flight. After mating, the female dragonfly will deposit her eggs in the water. The baby dragonflies, called nymphs, hatch within one to three weeks and continue to live in the water for up to five years. The nymphs feed on smaller fish and insects using hooks on their lips and they breathe using gills.