Most Aggressive and Unique Insects
Aggressiveness in nature.
There many ferocious bugs, using their luring tricks to get their prey before sucking the life out of it.
Insects are fascinating, but also can be aggressive, during warm weather you are able to see most uniqueinsects, and observe their aggressiveness.
Sunset Moth from Madagascar
The museum has several hundred specimens of this moth. It is relatively common in its native habitat, where it periodically undergoes massive one-way migrations when the hostplants for the caterpillar stage (they feed on trees in the spurge family) increase the amount of distasteful toxins in the leaves. Interestingly, after the migration has lessened pressure on the hostplant, the amount of toxins in the leaves subsides to normal levels. In the American tropics, a close relative, the green Urania moth (Urania fulgens), also makes mass migrations for the same reason.
Bulldog Ant-Myrmecia nigriscapaA most dangerous, is the Bulldog ant, found in Australia, dark brown with a black abdomen, they can grow to one inch in length, not in all cases, only found in this region and are most aggressive, also very fast.The ants in subfamily Myrmeciinae are among the largest ants, often reach 15 mm, up to 45mm, in body length. The Myrmeciinae are found almost exclusively in Australia.
They are easily recognized by their large body size, large eyes and long forward mandibles. The workers possess ocelli and sting well developed. They are often in bright colours. Ants in this subfamily are considered to be the most primitive of all living ants. They have the relatively simple social structure. Their workers and queens are about the same size.
They are fast and aggressive. They have good vision. They show a strong and well developed sting. They will not hesitate to deliver a painful stings to any intruder.
A fastest speed of this flying insect, ninety miles per hour, has great controls and maneuvers when in the air, changes directions in fast speeds, like the flash of lightning, an amazing view of what they want and where they are going in advance, in the hope of catching their prey. Their eyes are the biggest of most insects, and have a three hundred and sixty degrees angle of vision..Adults bite animals and man; biting activities can be annoying in outdoor areas, and the bites can be very painful and remain swollen for several days; incessant attacks on livestock can reduce weight gain; capable of mechanically transmitting some animal diseases (e.g., anaplasmosis)
The heaviest insect, a family of the scarab, over thirty thousand species of this kind of beetle, has an important role in the environment, the Goliath Beetle eats dead plants.Goliath beetles, like almost all other beetles, possess a reinforced first pair of wings (called elytra) which act as protective covers for their secondary pair of wings and abdomen. Only the second pair of wings (which are large and membranous) are actually used for flying. When not in use, they are kept completely folded beneath the elytra. Each of the beetle's legs ends in a pair of sharp claws (called tarsi) which provide a strong grip useful for climbing on tree trunks and branches. Males have a Y-shaped horn on the head which is used as a pry bar in battles with other males over feeding sites or mates. Females are without a horn, and instead have a wedge-shaped head which assists in burrowing when they lay eggs. Apart from their massive size, Goliathus beetles are strikingly patterned as well. Prominent markings common to all of the Goliathus species are the sharply contrasting black vertical stripes on the pronotum (thoracic shield).
Loudest Insect-Brevisana brevis
Longest Living Insect -Queen of Termites
Most Destructive-Desert Locus