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Can you name these 20 British Insects

The British Isles has an abundance of flora and fauna. Mountains, marshes, and ancient woods. If you look a bit closer, in all of these places, and even your back garden, you will find all kinds of critters that are all doing their part to keep everything ticking along.

The question is, would you be able to name these insects (& other invertebrates) if you were shown a picture?

Time to find out

  • Question /

    q1

    • Arrow Bug
    • Shield Bug
    • Leather Bug
    • Nail Bug
  • Question /

    q2

    • Bee Fly
    • Horse Fly
    • Dog Fly
    • Robber Fly
  • Question /

    q3

    • Blister Beetle
    • Olive Beetle
    • Oil Beetle
    • Ant Beetle
  • Question /

    q4

    • Groundbeetle Larvae
    • Centipede Larvae
    • Ladybird Larvae
    • Dragonfly Larvae
  • Question /

    q5

    • Rosemary Beetle
    • Thyme Beetle
    • Sage Beetle
    • Parsley Beetle
  • Question /

    q6

    • Trapdoor Spider
    • Woodlouse Spider
    • Mouse Spider
    • Velvet Spider
  • Question /

    q7

    • Dragonfly
    • Junefly
    • Mayfly
    • Damselfly
  • Question /

    q8

    • Big-footed beetle
    • Butternut beetle
    • Bloody-nosed beetle
    • Leather-back beetle
  • Question /

    q9

    • Cellar Spider
    • Attic Spider
    • Cupboard Spider
    • Shed Spider
  • Question /

    q10

    • Southern birch bark bug
    • Northern oak grain bug
    • Western conifer seed bug
    • Eastern elm shield bug
  • Question /

    q11

    • Earwig
    • Scorpion Beetle
    • Rhinoceros Beetle
    • Stag Beetle
  • Question /

    q12

    • Candy Hawk Moth
    • Poplar Hawk Moth
    • Elephant Hawk Moth
    • Giant Hawk Moth
  • Question /

    q13

    • Nursery Web Spider
    • Velvet Web Spider
    • Spiral Web Spider
    • Orb Web Spider
  • Question /

    q14

    • Silverbeetle
    • Silversnake
    • Silverfish
    • Silvercrab
  • Question /

    q15

    • Snow white
    • Lettuce white
    • Cabbage white
    • Lily white
  • Question /

    q16

    • Wasp Spider
    • Bee Spider
    • Tiger Spider
    • Zebra Spider
  • Question /

    q17

    • Elephant Hawk Moth
    • Hummingbird Hawk Moth
    • Bumble Bee Hawk Moth
    • Woodpecker Hawk Moth
  • Question /

    q18

    • Damselfly
    • Dragonfly
    • Cranefly
    • Mosquito
  • Question /

    q19

    • Monarch Dragonfly
    • Emperor Dragonfly
    • Jade king Dragonfly
    • Emerald Dragonfly
  • Question /

    q20

    • Devil’s Chariot beetle
    • Devil’s Coach horse beetle
    • Devil’s Stallion beetle
    • Devil’s night beetle

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