Adults of these two species are medium-sized tan spiders.
Adult crane flies within the genus Tipula are large tan or brown, long-legged, spindly bodied flies varying in body length from 0.39-0.98 inches (10-25 mm).
Adults of this species are small, robust flies 0.07-0.11 inches (2-3 mm) in length.
Adult Southern house spiders are relatively large, plain brown to grayish-brown spiders.
The German cockroach (Blattella germanica) is a common urban pest that is famous for infestations and causing unsanitary living conditions.
The adults of this species are circular or slightly oblong lady beetles and are 0.19 to 0.3 inches (5 to 8 mm) in length.
Larvae of the buck moth caterpillar (Hemileuca maia) are large dark caterpillars between 2 and 2.4 inches in length (5.25–6.0 cm).
The forest tent caterpillar (Malacosoma disstria) belongs to the family Lasiocampidae.
The eastern tent caterpillar, Malacosoma americanum, belongs to the family Lasiocampidae.
The puss moth caterpillar (Megalopyge opercluaris) is known throughout the new world for their urticating hairs and their painful sting.
The saddleback caterpillar (Acharia stimulea) is a sluglike caterpillar that has a bright brown spot in the middle of a green saddle-shaped area on its back.
Io moth caterpillars (Automeris spp.) are typically light green, spiny and have a red and white stripe on the side of the body. This stinging caterpillar may be
The eastern lubber grasshopper is locally common in swamps, open woodlands, weedy fields, and ditches in the southeastern United States.
The fall webworm, Hyphantria cunea (Drury) (Lepidoptera: Erebidae), is a widespread defoliator that is native throughout the continental United States.
This publication includes a description of wireworms and explains the importance and types of injuries they can cause to your trees. It also includes information on their life history, habits and methods of control.