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    What Insect Are You?

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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    #1 flea

    #2 ant

    #3 beetle

    #4 fly

    #5 grasshopper

    Not at all what I thought it would be. Those questions were culturally biased! hehehehe... ;) :D

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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    Quote Originally Posted by carolinahound
    #1 flea

    #2 ant

    #3 beetle

    #4 fly

    #5 grasshopper

    Not at all what I thought it would be. Those questions were culturally biased! hehehehe... ;) :D
    A flea!!!!! :D

    PMSL!

    Do you have dogs?

    If I were them, I would run!

    If it helps, I don't think a flea is actually an insect!
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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yeah Well Fine Then
    A flea!!!!! :D

    PMSL!

    Do you have dogs?

    If I were them, I would run!

    If it helps, I don't think a flea is actually an insect!
    They aren't easy to kill, that's for sure. You ever try to stomp on one? People thought I'd finaly lost what little mind I had. :D

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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    Quote Originally Posted by carolinahound
    They aren't easy to kill, that's for sure. You ever try to stomp on one? People thought I'd finaly lost what little mind I had. :D
    Tell me you are joking!

    You didn't?

    Mate, that is like stomping on one of your own - :D
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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    I don't know about any of these, but in performing Shamanic journeying it was revealed that a Praying Mantis was one of my power creatures...

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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    Quote Originally Posted by coontie
    I don't know about any of these, but in performing Shamanic journeying it was revealed that a Praying Mantis was one of my power creatures...
    Really?

    I love them.

    In fact, I keep them.

    I have about 8 different species in this very room, along with three Tarantulas, and a couple of scorps.

    Praying Matids are great, I think they are the only insect capable of turning their neck like we do







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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    #1 spider

    #2 bee

    #3 beetle

    #4 ant

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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    check this out:


    www.youtube.com/watch?v=usfiV5fYllQ

    also this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk_F2Y-F2kE

    :eek: :rolleyes: :D
    Last edited by coontie; 06-28-2007 at 09:17 AM.

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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yeah Well Fine Then
    Really?

    I love them.

    In fact, I keep them.

    I have about 8 different species in this very room, along with three Tarantulas, and a couple of scorps.

    Praying Matids are great, I think they are the only insect capable of turning their neck like we do







    Damn cool! :cool: :)

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    I like insects, i wanted to become an Entomologist but I didnt think they needed any. Growing up as a child, I was always fascinated with these creatures. I had a book about insects. There are too many that I like, but that Praying Mantis, as kids, we put him/her on the toy motorcycle going down a hill. She/he, held its grip on to the handlebars. They are very intelligent, at least that one was. They mate, after the female mates with the male, it's time to eat the male up for a luxury meal, chomp, crunch, chomp, yummmy! Now as for the flea, no way would I want to be that blood sucking miserable creature. Fleas are an insect, they sure are not blood sucking vampires! LOL. Now you may want to know how to get rid of them in your home. You buy FLEA BUSTER, it is a natural compound. You can order the stuff in Florida. It is expensive, and you sprinkle it every so many feet apart and pound it in your broom or I use an old hair brush, I want to get it good into the fibers. Agway, sells diamatecous earth, I know I misspelled the word but these Diamatacious earth and FLEA BUSTERS they dry up the bugs poof they die. It works on other insects too but FLEA are the most horrible insects going. PLEASE do not buy that FLEA dip for your pets, it causes DEATH in so many animals, to seizures it damages the nervous system of your pet. The pet can become paralyzed. FRONTIER I think that is their name, they have a chemical in there that is TOTALLY TOXIC to your pets, also those flea collars are useless and toxic to your pets. I like to tell you the truth about everything. It should be banned. This is total abuse towards pets. There are alternatives out there. NEVER USE THOSE TOXIC SHAMPOOES ON YOUR PETS. You can wash your pet with natural shampooes, I know there is a pill that some people give their pets to keep fleas off of them that is what lots of people do. BUT NEVER USE FLEA SHAMPOOES ON YOUR PETS, alot of people have killed their pets this way or they are cripples from seizure and more illnesses. I think I like to be a praying mantis, bees have a short life span. ANd are dying because the EPA is allowing now for 6 years to use NICOTINE PESTICIDES on the crops, they asked the ENTOMOLOGISTS why they are dying , 4 years ago they asked and they said NICOTINE PESTICIDES, they use this when they kill termites. And the sprays that MONSANTO uses the chemical toxic sprays on the Genetically Modified crops. The bees, birds, lady bugs, butterflies and praying mantis have been dying for years over 10 years, now that it is getting worse they have decided to tell the news, it just aint nothing new. EPA does not care they are still letting MONSANTO use the Nicotine pesticides so that means we will have food shortages... POISONED PLANET,

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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulM
    #1 spider

    #2 bee

    #3 beetle

    #4 ant
    Meh, a spider is not an insect!
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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yeah Well Fine Then
    Meh, a spider is not an insect!
    It is an Arachnid. They are closely related to Crustaceans. There is actually a species of Spider that lives in water and catches minnows to eat. :rolleyes:

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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    Quote Originally Posted by coontie
    It is an Arachnid. They are closely related to Crustaceans. There is actually a species of Spider that lives in water and catches minnows to eat. :rolleyes:
    I think that is (seriously), called an Israeli Spider. :eek:

    Hang on, I will go see if I have some info on it



    Israeli Spitting Spider (Scytodes aharonii)

    Or it could be this




    South American Fishing Spider (Ancylometes bogotensis)

    These spiders are amazing, they sit at the edge of a bowl with their front legs in the water and then pounce on their prey. Easy to keep in a humid tank or plastic box, I haven't lost any. They are pretty active and seem to eat more crickets than tarantulas, approx adult size 3cm body length.
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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    #1 Spider

    #2 Beetle

    #3 Moth

    #4 Flea

    #5 Mantis
    http://www.birdwatchersdigest.com/si...is-hummer.aspx

    FAO YWFT-- Check this link out!!!
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    Re: What Insect Are You?

    Quote Originally Posted by jigglepete
    #1 Spider

    #2 Beetle

    #3 Moth

    #4 Flea

    #5 Mantis
    http://www.birdwatchersdigest.com/si...is-hummer.aspx

    FAO YWFT-- Check this link out!!!
    That will be one of the larger and stockier types of Mantids mate, probably some sort of African species, I would imagine.

    The prettiest of all that I have had, are the Orchid Mantis, which, cunningly enough, look exactly like an Orchid!

    However, even a Praying Mantis can make a mistake sometimes.


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