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by jackakonUnion Territory of Damān and Diu, India

small in size,shiny green color,and long legs.

0 0 Gulf Fritillary

Gulf Fritillary

by jackie.hawaii

intentionally introduced to Hawaii in the 70s as a possible biological

0 0 Green lacewing?

Green lacewing?

by ShashikiranAhmedabad, Gujarat, India

Green lacewing (?) on door of our flat..

1 0 Spotted Lady Beetle

Spotted Lady Beetle

by Eis4XtremeOhio, USA

Small red beetle with black spots.

1 0 Mealybug Destroyer

Mealybug Destroyer

by Matthew HammondConway, Arkansas, USA

This is the larval form of the Mealybug Destroyer, or Mealybug Ladybird.

0 1 Soldier Beetle

Soldier Beetle

by LarsKorbHohenhorn, Schleswig-Holstein (Landmasse), Germany

biological control

27 20 Thorn Mimicking Treehopper, Membracidae

Thorn Mimicking Treehopper, Membracidae

by Dilan ChathurangaKandy CP, Sri Lanka

, India, thus acting as potential biological

3 1 Stink Bug

Stink Bug

by KostasZontanosΔήμος Πυλαίας - Χορτιάτη, Περιφέρεια Κεντρικής Μακεδονίας, Greece

predatory stink bugs that are useful as biological

4 0 Stink Bug

Stink Bug

by KostasZontanosΑποκεντρωμένη Διοίκηση Μακεδονίας - Θράκης, Greece

predatory stink bugs that are useful as biological

0 0 Lady Bug

Lady Bug

by Kevin KaviLe Mont-Saint-Michel, Basse-Normandie, Tromelin Island

bean beetle). While predatory species are often used as biological

1 0 Cactus Bug Nymphs

Cactus Bug Nymphs

by ZooNerdKennedale, Texas, USA

be a control

1 0 Hoverfly


by ChristineFisherL.A., California, USA

Shown is one of several hoverflies which bear clear wings, a yellow abdomen ...

0 0 Mumutawa (Steelblue Ladybird)

Mumutawa (Steelblue Ladybird)

by JillBlackAuckland, New Zealand

brought into the New Zealand as a control ...

1 0 Steelblue Ladybird

Steelblue Ladybird

by JillBlackAuckland, New Zealand

an introduced species from Australia in 1899 and 1905 brought into the New ...

1 1 Avispa escólida

Avispa escólida

by AndresDuarte

avispas escólidas son agentes de

0 0 Silver Argiope

Silver Argiope

by Hema ShahCalifornia, USA

Silver Argiopes (Argiope argentata). This spider is one of nature's many ...

1 0 Lacewing


by Zlatan CelebicAuvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Tromelin Island

Delicately built insect, with long bright green body of some 20 to 25 mm in ...

3 3 Japanese Beetle

Japanese Beetle

by Small WondersGrand Rapids, Michigan, USA

to control populations. There are two ...

0 1 Tachinid Fly

Tachinid Fly

by JohanHeynsLesedi Local Municipality, Gauteng, South Africa

This is an important agent in terms of ...

2 0 Rodolia cardinalis

Rodolia cardinalis

by Mark RidgwayVictoria, Australia

This little ladybird was so small it could almost fit through the mosquito net ...

0 2 Salvinia Stem Borer Moth

Salvinia Stem Borer Moth

by LaurenZarateTabasco, Mexico

Small moth, brown with white spotted-bands, about 5 mm long. Family Crambidae ...

1 3 Goldenrod soldier beetle

Goldenrod soldier beetle

by KarenLTennessee, USA

Soldier beetles are highly desired by gardeners as biological

1 0 Soldier beetle

Soldier beetle

by Maria dBChapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

Soldier beetles are highly desired by gardeners as biological

7 2 Hover Fly

Hover Fly

by MhykeSnowflakeSingapore, Singapore

potential agents for use in biological ...

3 4 Sulphur knapweed moth

Sulphur knapweed moth

by arlandaO Saviñao, Galicia, Spain

This moth is used as an agent of biological ...

0 0 Weaver Ant (incl. nest)

Weaver Ant (incl. nest)

by armadeus.4Western Australia, Australia

"Oecophylla weaver ants vary in color from reddish to yellowish brown dependent ...

7 2 green lace wing

green lace wing

by SusanEllisonHouston, Texas, USA

situations to control many different

1 0 Biting Stable Fly

Biting Stable Fly

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

This is a notorious little pest (6 mm in ...

1 2 Green lacewing larva

Green lacewing larva

by Marta RubioTexeiraOud-Heverlee, Vlaanderen, Belgium

on aphids and other small insects. It has been used in the biological

0 0 Short-tailed Ichneumon Wasps

Short-tailed Ichneumon Wasps

by valentinezzaSant'Olcese, LIG, Italy

it's about 2.5 cm. They are solitary insects, and most are parasitoids; the ...

0 0 Soldier beetle

Soldier beetle

by BudShinallTennessee, USA

. Soldier beetles are highly desired by gardeners as biological

0 2 Soldier beetle

Soldier beetle

by BudShinallBristol, USA

gardeners as biological control

1 8 Silver Leaf Fungus?

Silver Leaf Fungus?

by LipaseLondon, England, United Kingdom

photo 2 shows the underside (looking 'Stereum-like'), photos 3 and 4 show the ...

0 0 Mosquito


by ArrifAsavaviriyakulกรุงเทพมหานคร, กรุงเทพมหานคร, Thailand

aquatic pests, for example. In practice ...

0 0 Hoverfly


by dotun55Nigeria

potential agents for use in biological ...

2 1 Hover Fly

Hover Fly

by MhykeSnowflakeSingapore, Singapore

potential agents for use in biological ...

1 3 Green lacewings

Green lacewings

by valentinezzaSant'Olcese, LIG, Italy

It's about 2 cm, found on the house's wall this morning. Green lacewings are ...

4 8 Hoverfly


by PalaimonCentovalli, Ticino, Switzerland

potential agents for use in biological ...

0 0 Flower Wasp

Flower Wasp

by Mary Henschel ChadseyFlorida, USA

pests, some of these wasps are considered ...

3 0 The harlequin ladybird (Πασχαλίτσα αρλεκίνος)

The harlequin ladybird (Πασχαλίτσα αρλεκίνος)

by DespinaTsafetopoulouΑποκεντρωμένη Διοίκηση Ηπείρου - Δυτικής Μακεδονίας, Greece

to many countries as a biological control ...

7 4 Pied Lady Bug

Pied Lady Bug

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

A tiny 1 mm spot that turned out to be a beetle with black and tan striped ...

0 0 Leaf-footed Bug  ♀

Leaf-footed Bug ♀

by SckelItueta, MG, Brazil

Cerca de 2 cm/ 25 mm

5 3 Leaf-footed bug nymphs

Leaf-footed bug nymphs

by SckelES, Brazil

transmitting the pathogenic yeast Nematospora coryli.

Biological ...

0 0 FLower fly

FLower fly

by Emma Tulare, California, USA

. Syrphine maggots are important predators of

0 0 Golden Willow

Golden Willow

by dylan.clearyAlberta, Canada

Located on a bank near a pond in the Olds College Wetlands. Approx 7.5 meters ...

10 5 Hemi-cylindrical eggs - Leptoglossus zonatus

Hemi-cylindrical eggs - Leptoglossus zonatus

by SckelMG, Brazil

that attack ripening fruit. (

2 1 Hover Fly, Flower Fly

Hover Fly, Flower Fly

by juand.duenasUsme, Distrito Capital, Colombia

potential agents for use in biological ...

2 5 Apple Snail / Golden Kuhol

Apple Snail / Golden Kuhol

by ArvinMemaphuCamarines Norte, Philippines

A blessing or a pest? In the 1980's, the ...