United States

Allopauropus carolinensis

American burying beetle American cockroach Bed bug

Big black horse fly Brownbanded cockroach Chinese mantid Common American walkingstick Common harvestman Devil's coach-horse Eastern dobsonfly Eastern subterranean termite European earwig European mantid European marsh crane fly Flat-backed millipede German cockroach Giant salmonfly Giant whip scorpion Greenhouse camel cricket Greenhouse whitefly Gypsy moth

Hair follicle mite

Holijapyx diversiuguis Honeybee Horseshoe crab House centipede Hubbard's angel insect Human head/body louse Indian mealmoth

Liposcelis bostrychophila

Long-bodied cellar spider Lucerne flea Megarhyssa nortoni Northern rock-crawler Oriental cockroach

Panorpa nuptialis Pea aphid Potter wasp

Rocky Mountain wood tick Saunders embiid Seventeen-year cicada Silverfish Tarantula hawk

Trissolcus basalis

Wandering glider Western flower thrips Wide-headed rottenwood termite Yellow fever mosquito Zebra jumping spider

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