Predatory insects eat other insects called prey, and are quite active, because they have to pursue the victim. Predatory insects feed on many harmful arthropods and are an important part of the biom. The most common Christmas shear insects are families of beetles, OS and dragonflies, as well as some flies, such as a flower fly. Other arthropods, such as spiders, are also important predators on insect pests. Some predators eat only one or more types of prey, but most hunt a variety of insects and even sometimes on each other.
Black cow’s aperture with large white spots on the sides. There are seven black spots in total, three on each wing cover and one central spot at the base of the front.
Goldeneyed is ordinary
Adults have long slender bodies, antennae and two pairs of large wings with a mesh vein. Pierce the victim with large sickle jaws and feed on biological fluids.
Mostly hunts on the aphid, it is important natural regulators of aphid populations (garden pests). Adult murmurs imitate bees, bumblebees, OS and sawdrops.
The beauty is odorous
Leads a night lifestyle and hides under logs, stones or in crevices of the soil during the day. Quickly runs away in danger. Knows how to fly, but rarely does it. They are attracted by light at night.
The earwright is ordinary
Leads a night life, spends a day under the leaves, in cracks and crevices and other dark places. Depends on the weather. Stable minimally high temperature stimulates activity.
It is easy to recognize black or brown ants by narrow waists, convex abruits and elbow antennae. In most cases, when you observe them, you see the workers, all of them are females.
Easy to distinguish in four large and four smaller eyes on the head of the head. Excellent vision allows you to hunt in the same way as cats, notice the prey over long distances, creeping and jumping.
Lives in eerritopic forests, occurs in open areas. Active at night and hunts on rainworms and t.D. On the forest litter. Recognizable by rows of golden depths on the wings.
The beetle is bread
Fly in May June, active at a temperature of 20 to 26 ° C. When above 36 ° C, die. During the drought, they are buried in the ground to a depth of 40 cm, renew the activities after rains and when the temperature drops.
Catch prey, grabbing her paws. The main food is mosquitoes. The effectiveness of hunting has proven a study by Harvard University. Dragonflies caught from 90 to 95% of insects issued in vivaries.
Uses pointed front paws to catch living insects. When the alarmed mantis takes on a “menacing” look, he lifts and rustles wings, demonstrates a warning coloring.
The grasshopper is green
Lives in trees and in meadows dotted with shrubs, eats vegetation and other insects. In dry soils, females lay eggs, use long, curved eggs.
Rotary parts and antennae have 12-13 segments. Wasp is predatory parasites, have a sting that is easily removed from the victim, with a small amount. Narrow “waist” attaches the stomach to the chest.
Attack unwanted plants and feed on eggs, larvae and adult harmful insects. Bed bugs biologically control weeds and an insect-parasitic insect population.
Run in groups in ponds and streams. The bodies are thin, dark, more than 5 mm long. With short front paws they catch insects and eat them on the surface of the water. When there is little food, they eat each other.
Useful arthropod is eaten by eggs, larvae, and sometimes pupae of many insects, including aphids, caterpillars, butterflies of pale yellow, sawdrops, leaf shoes, bugs, aphids and flies.
Known for predatory behavior and appetite, feeds on a huge amount of arthropods: Osami, bees, dragonflies, grasshoppers, flies and spiders. Supports insect population balance.
An insatiable predator eats invertebrates, such as crickets, worms, snails and cockroaches, and also hunts lizards, toads and mice. This is a favorite insect for vivaria entomologists.
The grasshopper steppe detachment
The giant predator is equipped with sharp spikes along the entire length of the front paws and strong jaws. Waits, does not move and wide open the front paws, as in false friendly hugs.
Small insects up to 3 mm are fed with plant tissues (flower heads), ticks and small insects (in t. h. other tripasm). Wings are thin and look like sticks with a border of long hairs.
It is found in wet environments, but not in open waters, in a forest litter, in fallen decaying fruits, under the bark of rotting trees, plant materials on the banks of reservoirs, in manure, and vertebral nests fell and nests.
Other predatory insects
Adults and larvae burying in bags with eggs of mature females of coccid, stretch white wax to get to the eggs below. Jaws are used to hold and chew production.
Adults and larvae eat small insects, especially bugs. The jaws are held and chewed. One larva eats 250 bugs before pupation. Three pairs of pairs are used for walking.
The male waving its wings to scatter pheromones from abdominal bags. The chest, abdomen and edges of the eyes are bright yellow, mesonotum with brown and yellow longitudinal stripes.
Water beetles, swim freely and dive with the help of its hind legs, clumsily move on land. Breathe under water with air, which is assembled and stored directly under the overlap.
Predators beetles and beetles, chew and devour prey. Others, such as bugs and flower flies, have sharp rotary parts and suck out liquid from the bodies of victims. Some are active hunters pursuing prey, for example, dragonflies. Other predators, such as praying people, patiently hide in ambush, attack nothing of unsuspecting victims, which are too close. Predators who eat only other insects are true predators. Arthropods that feed on plants serve as prey for predators. Predators that feed on insects and plants are called omnivorous.