Leaf insects eat blackberry brambles and rose, oak and evergreen oak leaves. Leaf insects are herbivorous, which means that they consume only plant material. More »

According to Keeping Insects, a stick insect eats leaves. Every species of stick insect does not eat the same kind of leaves. If they are fed the wrong kind of leaf, they will starve. More »

The orange leaf-nosed bat is a small Australian bat that feeds on insects and has bright orange fur, with regional variations. It's native to the northern and northwestern parts of the continent. The bats weigh an averag... More »

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Ladybugs eat aphids, which are tiny, soft-bodied insects that feed on plants. According to Ladybug Lady, a single ladybug can eat as many as 50 aphids in one day. Ladybugs eat both the larvae and the adult forms of the a... More »

Crickets are omnivores and will eat fruit, seeds, leaves, other insects, nectar and parts of dead animals. While they are agricultural pests that will eat crops and seeds, this occurs rarely. Overall, crickets are not bo... More »

Millipedes eat decaying plant materials and wood particles, and they sometimes eat decayed animals like insects, earthworms and snails. If their habitats dry out, millipedes tend to invade living plants to get moisture. ... More »

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Stick insects, despite their imposing appearance, are herbivorous. There are over 3,000 different kinds of stick insects, collectively called phasmids, and all of them eat plants. Some are very specialized, feeding only ... More »