Welcome to our website about insects that start with the letter J!
In this blog post, we will provide an introduction to some of the most fascinating insects that have this letter in their name. We hope you enjoy learning about these amazing creatures!
The first insect on our list is the Japanese beetle. This beetle is a major pest in North America, where it feeds on a wide variety of plants. The larvae of Japanese beetles can cause significant damage to turfgrass and other plants. Adult beetles can also be a nuisance, as they can destroy flowers and foliage.
Next up is the Jerusalem cricket. This cricket is found in western North America, and gets its name from its resemblance to crickets found in Jerusalem. Jerusalem crickets are mainly nocturnal animals, and feed on plant roots and other invertebrates. They are also known for their loud mating calls!
Jumping spiders are next on our list. These spiders get their name from their ability to jump great distances – sometimes more than six feet! Jumping spiders are carnivorous predators that eat mostly insects, but occasionally take small lizards or frogs as prey items.”
insects that start with J
|Jugnu||jar fly||Japanese beetles|
|Jelly fish||jumping bug||Jumping spider|
|jumping spiders||jungle beetle||jumping jack|
|Jumping jacks||jewel bug||joe|
|jump||Jerusalem Cricket||juniper bug|
|joe mama||Jay||juniper beetle|
|Jant||jade beetle||Jelly bug|
|Japanese beetle||Jumping Ant||Jolibee|
|jumping grasshopper||Jungle ant||Jingur|
Most Insect common names With J
Jack jumper ant (disambiguation)