Bugs (arthropod etc.) index:


Below you will find an alphabetical list of all bugs on RikenMon's wildlife guide. (265)


  • 14-spotted Ladybird
  • 22-spot ladybird
  • Agrypnus murinus [L.]
  • Alder fly
  • Alder leaf beetle
  • Anisosticta novemdecimpunctata [L.]
  • Ant-lion
  • Azure damselfly
  • Banded demoiselle
  • Beautiful demoiselle
  • Bee beetle
  • Bee-eating beetle
  • Black darter
  • Black garden ant
  • Black ground beetle
  • Black slug
  • Black-and-red froghopper
  • Black-and-red-bug
  • Black-tailed skimmer
  • Blue featherleg
  • Blue-tailed damselfly
  • Blue-winged grasshopper
  • Bow-winged grasshopper
  • Broad-bodied Chaser
  • Brown centipede
  • Brown hawker
  • Brown mint leaf beetle
  • Buff-tailed bumblebee
  • Burgundy snail
  • Burying beetle
  • Buzzer midge
  • Caddis fly
  • Carabus cancellatus [L.]
  • Carabus granulatus [L.]
  • Carder bee
  • Cardinal beetle
  • Carpocoris mediterraneus [L.]
  • Castor bean tick
  • Charcoal spider
  • Chasmias lugens [L.]
  • Cheilosia illustrata [L.]
  • Chequered hoverfly
  • Chlorophanus viridis [L.]
  • Chlorophorus varius [L.]
  • Chorthippus brunneus [L.]
  • Chrysolina varians [L.]
  • Cockchafer
  • Colorado potato beetle
  • Common bluet
  • Common darter
  • Common flesh fly
  • Common glow-worm
  • Common greenbottle
  • Copse snail
  • Costa Rican Red Leg
  • Crane fly
  • Cucumber green spider
  • Cupiennius coccineus [L.]
  • Daddy longlegs
  • Dangling sun-lover
  • Deadhead hoverfly
  • Devil's coach horse beetle
  • Dock bug
  • Domestic house spider
  • Dor beetle
  • Downlooker snipefly
  • Downy emerald
  • Drone fly
  • Dune robberfly
  • Dust spider
  • Earthworm
  • Earwig
  • Egyptian locust
  • Emerald damselfly
  • Emperor
  • Empis ciliata [L.]
  • Empis tessellata [L.]
  • Ephippiger cruciger [L.]
  • European ground beetle
  • European mantis
  • Fan-bristled robberfly
  • Field cricket
  • Firebug
  • Flightless dung beetle
  • Fly of the dead
  • Forest bug
  • Forest cockroach
  • Four-banded longhorn beetle
  • Four-spot orb-weaver
  • Four-spotted chaser
  • Garden bumblebee
  • Garden chafer
  • Garden spider
  • German wasp
  • Giant Woodwasp
  • Glow-worm
  • Golden ground beetle
  • Golden orb-web spider
  • Golden-ringed dragonfly
  • Goldenrod crab spider
  • Grass bug
  • Great diving beetle
  • Great pond snail
  • Greater water boatman
  • Green bush-cricket
  • Green crab spider
  • Green drake
  • Green huntsman spider
  • Green lacewing
  • Green shield bug
  • Green tiger beetle
  • Grey mining bee
  • Ground lover centipede
  • Grove snail
  • Gyrinus natator [L.]
  • Hairy dragonfly
  • Hairy rose beetle
  • Hairy-legged horsefly
  • Half-spotted stink bug
  • Harlequin ladybird
  • Hawthorn shield bug
  • Hornet
  • Hornet mimic hoverfly
  • Hornet robberfly
  • Horse fly
  • House centipede
  • House mosquito
  • Housefly
  • Ichneumon Wasp
  • Italian striped-bug
  • Kite-tailed robberfly
  • Labyrinth spider
  • Ladybird spider
  • Large amber snail
  • Large bee-fly
  • Large pine weevil
  • Large Red Damselfly
  • Large tiger hoverfly
  • Large white-faced darter
  • Lasius fuliginosus [L.]
  • Leopard slug
  • Lesser diving beetle
  • Lesser water boatman
  • Lilypad whiteface
  • Lined click beetle
  • Long horned grasshopper
  • Long hoverfly
  • Longhorned beetle
  • Lygus pratensis [L.]
  • Malachite beetle
  • Marmalade hoverfly
  • Meadow Froghopper
  • Meadow grasshopper
  • Migrant hawker
  • Milkweed grasshopper
  • Mole cricket
  • Musk beetle
  • Narcissus bulb fly
  • Nettle weevil
  • New forest cicada
  • Noon fly
  • Norfolk damselfly
  • Northern dune tiger beetle
  • Nut weevil
  • Oak bush-cricket
  • Oak spider
  • Orange ladybird
  • Owly sulphur
  • Pale giant horse-fly
  • Paper wasp
  • Pardosa lugubris [L.]
  • Pellucid Fly
  • Phasia aurigera [L.]
  • Pholidoptera aptera [L.]
  • Picnic beetle
  • Pill millipede
  • Pine chafer
  • Poecilus cupreus [L.]
  • Pond skater
  • Poplar leaf beetle
  • Raft spider
  • Red cabbage bug
  • Red longhorn beetle
  • Red mason bee
  • Red slug
  • Red soldier beetle
  • Red wood ant
  • Red-banded sand wasp
  • Red-breasted carrion beetle
  • Red-eyed damselfly
  • Red-tailed bumblebees
  • Red-winged grasshopper
  • Rhabdomiris striatellus [L.]
  • Rose chafer
  • Rough woodlouse
  • Ruby-legged black millipede
  • Ruby-tailed wasp
  • Ruddy darter
  • Sailor beetle
  • Scaeva pyrastri [L.]
  • Scaeva selenitica [L.]
  • Scarce chaser
  • Scarlet dragonfly
  • Scorpionfly
  • Sericomyia silentis [L.]
  • Seven-spot ladybird
  • Silver green leaf weevil
  • Silverfish
  • Skull spider
  • Sloe bug
  • Small Alpine Bush-cricket
  • Small pincertail
  • Small poplar borer
  • Small red damselfly
  • Southern green stink bug
  • Southern hawker
  • Spathius exarator [L.]
  • Speckled bush-cricket
  • Spotted longhorn
  • Spotted snake millipede
  • Spring dor beetle
  • St. Mark's fly
  • Stag beetle
  • Stenurella melanura [L.]
  • Stictoleptura cordigera [L.]
  • Stretch spider
  • Striped millipede
  • Summer chafer
  • Synema globosum [L.]
  • Syrphus ribesii [L.]
  • Tachina fera [L.]
  • Tapered drone fly
  • Tawny mining bee
  • Tenthredo distinguenda [L.]
  • Toadflax leaf beetle
  • Tree wasp
  • Twin-lobed deerfly
  • Two-banded longhorn beetle
  • Two-spot ladybird
  • Urban bluebottle blowfly
  • Vagrant Darter
  • Variable damselfly
  • Vine weevil
  • Violet carpenter bee
  • Violet oil beetle
  • Wall Mason Wasp
  • Wart-biter
  • Wasp
  • Wasp beetle
  • Wasp spider
  • Water scorpion
  • Western conifer seed bug
  • Western honey bee
  • Wheat stink bug
  • White-faced darter
  • White-lipped snail
  • White-spotted rose beetle
  • Willow emerald damselfly
  • Woodlouse
  • Woolly apple aphid
  • Yellow dung fly
  • Yellow meadow ant
  • Yellow weevil
  • Yellow-winged darter
  • Zebra spider



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