Hello, can you identify this white tick looking bug?
It is on my lawn and a few young trees. Located in south Florida ft Lauderdale area.
[…]it looks like they are eating the leaves…. at least something is eat the leaves but this white bug is the only thing that is visible on the tree’s leaves. thank you in advance. anthony
“Could you please identify this for me I believe they are stinging my kids the bites itch and hurt them. Thank u”
Where:Tiny flying bugs measuring about 1/16″ long.
“The brownish tinge to the pictures is from a paper towel stained with coffee as my wife found them in coffee left over from the day before. We have seen a few of these flying around in the kitchen and have searched everywhere to see where they are coming from. No luck.
We live in South Florida and it has been fairly cold here for the last week or so. Possibly, that is relevant to identification.”
Do you know what type of bugs these are?Let us know below.
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Are little insects bugging you? Are you itching to know which bug you are dealing with?
- Send a clear picture to dd2 [@] live [dot] nl.
- Mention size. For instance 2 mm.
- If possible with something for scale in it. Or something on the background. A remote control, a coin, or a banana if you must.
- Mention where you encounter the bugs. For example; in your living room in Carlsbad, California.
I thought at first it was just a huge piece of dust, but looking closer, I realized the dust looks more like hairs.
I am currently fixing up an abandoned house that the windows are all boarded and there is no air conditioner. I just found this on one of the window frames on the metal.
I do have a problem with a lot of bag worms all over the outside and inside of my house. I thought it could be a cocoon of a moth.
And if it is does it have anything to do with the bag worms?