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Beneficial Insects Commonly Found in the Garden and Landscape
Assassin Bugs Assassin bugs prey on aphids, caterpillars, beetles, leafhoppers,and other insects. They do not like to be handled.
Big-eyed Bugs These small insects with big eyes attack spider mites, thrips, aphids and other insect eggs.
Damsel Bugs Damsel bugs resemble assassin bugs. They feed on aphids, leafhoppers, mites and caterpillars.
Green Lacewings Green or brown, the lacewing, or aphid lion, is known to eat as many as 600 aphids. larva adult
Ground Beetles These beetles are large, dark, and sometimes metallic. They feed along the ground on soft-bodied insects, especially at night.
Lady Beetles Lady beetle adults and larvae attack aphids, mites, insect eggs and small insects. adultlarva
Tiny Parasitic Wasps Micro- and mini-wasps can sting and lay eggs in caterpillars, aphids or insect eggs. The larvae consume their prey from within.
Praying Mantids Mantids have a good reputation, but eat relatively few insects in the garden.
Predaceous Stink Bugs Many stink bugs are pests, but predaceous stink bugs feed on beetles and caterpillars both as adults and colorful nymphs.
Predatory Mites Predatory mites move rapidly to catch and feed on their plant-eating counterparts. They are often white, tan, or orange.
Soldier Beetles Adults resemble fireflies and are attracted to milkweed,hydrangea, and goldenrod. They eat aphids, caterpillars, mites, grasshopper eggs, and small beetles.
Syrphid Flies adult larva The harmless adults resemble bees, but the small larvae consume many aphids.
Minute Pirate Bug These bugs attack thrips, spider mites, aphids and small insects. larva
Tachinid Flies Heavily bristled tachinid flies lay eggs on caterpillars, beetle larvae, and bugs.
Wasps & Hornets Though often considered pests, these insects feed heavily on caterpillars, flies and other soft-bodied insects.
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