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waterbug

(wat′ĕr-bŭg″)
1. American cockroach.
2. Oriental cockroach.
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Giant waterbugs of the family Belostomatidae are large aquatic hemipterans with extra-oral digestion that prey on a variety of invertebrates and vertebrates (Menke, 1979).
There are species of giant waterbugs that thrive in some desert streams.
Answers: 1) bee - stings 2) beetle - hard body 3) ladybug - smells bad 4) praying mantis - hides 5) waterbug - bites 6) butterfly - looks like it has bird eyes on its wings (which scare away its enemies).
She said: "I wrote a poem after reading the Waterbugs and Dragonflies story about how, when you lose someone close, you cope with things and hope to see them again.
And Laura on the spearmint-green lake at Disney World in her own little powerboat careening about like a demented waterbug.
Constructed of durable plastic, the WaterBug comes with 12 feet of flexible, standard-size tubing that attaches from the side.
The environmental significance of freshwater macroinvertebrates was highlighted in the award of the Reed New Holland Eureka Science Book Prize to The Waterbug Book by authors John Gooderham and Edward Tsyrlin.
He got me in shape because he was a little waterbug.
Constructed of durable plastic, the WaterBug comes with 12 feet of flexible, standard-size tubing attached from the side, so it has a very low profile that reduces tip and trip hazards.
The end result of all this sampling is The waterbug book--a guide to the freshwater macroinvertebrates of temperate Australia.
Calhoun is the founder of Waterbug Records, a cooperative label.
If you ever see him walk down the hall, he's like a little waterbug.