The Armadillidiidae vulgare, known commonly as a potato bug or pill bug, has a diverse diet that includes decaying matter, vegetables, cardboard and even their own fecal waste. Eating their own fecal matter provides them... More »

There are several insect species that feed on or otherwise damage sound, healthy wood, including termites, carpenter ants and carpenter bees. When wood is damaged or wet, it may be susceptible to attack by other bugs and... More »

Adult lightning bugs usually eat other either insects, pollen or nectar, although some species, like the European glow-worm, have no mouth and are unable to eat at all. Larval lightning bugs are predators, eating worms, ... More »

The typical diet for a potato bug includes various insects, roots and tubers. "Potato bug" is an informal term that refers to the Jerusalem cricket. Jerusalem crickets are large bugs that may reach 50 millimeters in leng... More »

Lovebugs (Plecia nearctica hardy) grow under and consume partially decayed plant matter when they are in the larvae stage. Adult lovebugs may feed on pollen or nectar alone or when joined together in copula when they are... More »

Stink bugs eat fruits, vegetables and other plants and crops. If they enter a house, they eat garbage, fruit, veggies and anything the homeowner leaves uncovered. Some stink bugs, however, are beneficial to crops and eat... More »

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Slaters, also known as roley poleys or pill bugs, eat decaying vegetation, dead organisms, mulch, vegetables, leaves, fruit and fecal matter. They eat their own waste to replenish their copper stores. A slater is a type ... More »