This Wasp-Eating Falcon Laughs at Your Puny Stings
Those of us in the US or Europe that have tried to to remove a nest of extremely irritable and aggressive paper wasps probably find that logic … faulty. These tropical wasps aren’t mellow. They do sting, and you can see the wasps attacking the birds ...
Autumn Migration of the Millipedes '08
Their short legs ripple in waves as they crawl slowly. Millipedes are harmless and they do not bite or sting. They protect themselves by means of glands that secrete an unpleasant odor. When crushed, they can stain fabrics. We do not know why millipedes ...
Homegrown: Millions of millipedes
Lewis points out that millipedes do not feed upon building structures or furnishings and they cannot bite or sting. Millipedes cannot reproduce indoors. All millipedes found inside wandered in by mistake. Damp, warm weather favors the nocturnal migrations ...
Handling invasion of dark brown worms
Our house is being invaded by dark brown worms ... legs per body segment, except for the first three body segments which have only one pair of legs. The antennae are short and the head is rounded. Their short legs ripple in waves as the glide, rather ...
Rain sends millipedes inside homes
They do not bite, sting or transmit diseases ... and the legs are longer than those on millipedes. Centipedes also move quicker than millipedes. Millipedes pass through the winter primarily as adults and lay eggs in the soil in the spring.