Beneficial insects

Tachinid flies are another kind of parasitoid. They attack caterpillars and, sometimes, snails.

Tachinid flies are a kind of parasitoid. They attack caterpillars and, sometimes, even snails.

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Predaceous ground beetles (E-185)

What is a beneficial parasite?  Learn about some of the most important natural predators in your garden.

One Response to Beneficial insects

  1. Do you have any reports of Dragonflies in the North Texas area? I have noticed two varieties in my backyard, and would like to know more about them. I have also noticed an abundance of spiders, they actually jump around in the grass!

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