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File:Types-of-Moths.jpg (160.49 KB,1136x850)

 No.1226

Does k/sum/ have any insects that don't drive them insane? I really like moths.

 No.1227

But moths are especially annoying at night.

Anyway, I despise all bugs except bees and ladybugs. The latter I even let overwinter in my room.

 No.1229

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The cutest bug.

 No.1230

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The best moth

 No.1231

Moths and butterflies aren't bad, I guess. Uhh.... dragonflies are okay.
I can't say I'm a fan of bugs. It would truly be a nightmare existence if they weren't so small.

 No.1232

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>>1231
good thing you weren't around 300 million years ago

 No.1233

it's just not possible for bugs to maintain bodies of that size in this temperate... mammal prosperous climate...

 No.1234

>>1232
but I was

 No.1235

>>1233
I think the temperature is less important. I recall that it was the oxygen-rich atmosphere, richer proportionally than it is now, that allowed large insects to prosper.

 No.1236

>>1235
Oxygen and no evil birds to prey on them
https://news.ucsc.edu/2012/06/giant-insects.html

 No.1237

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>>1230
THE best moth

 No.1238

was fupata really based on moths?

 No.1240

>>1238
looks a tad silk moth inspired

 No.1241

>>1240
yeah, i guess so. She has 6 appendages but the claws confuse me

 No.1242

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They do look cute but why is it on my bathroom?

 No.1243

>>1242
Where else is it supposed to shower, would you rather have a stinky one?

 No.1331

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キタ───(゚∀゚)───!!

 No.1332

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so is it a moth or is it a bird?

 No.1338

>>1332
It's (Magia S2 episode 5 spoiler) Jesus

 No.1343

Moths and butterflies, but they are related. I don't think we get that many interesting variates like in that OP image here. Probably the most interesting I have found is the Rain Moth which can be quite big but they are also vary rare and only seem to come out maybe once a year after allot of rain. Lady bugs are alright too

 No.1347

I like insects in general. The only ones that bother me are the ones that bite and sting, and even then I still kind of respect them in a weird way.

 No.1348

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I like spiders and centipedes. The spiders that weave funnels are particularly cool.

 No.1349

>>1348
Okaeri~

 No.1350

I really like dragonflies. They come in a beautiful assortment of metallic colors. Lately, I've seen green, yellow, blue, and black ones. I saw a video on them recently and apparently they also come in red, which is pretty cool, though I don't think I've ever seen any like that. The fact that they could even be yellow surprised me.

>>1348
All I can think when seeing that spider is "Mai Hommu"

 No.1355

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 No.1356

They're so cute and harmless they have their own theme song.

 No.1364

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Moth or fly...

 No.1367

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>>1364
I think it's a North American version of Indianmeal moths. Pantry Moths...

I can't find a classification

 No.1905

Bumping important thread

 No.1906

I like ants, as long as they stay out of the kitchen.

 No.1907

I like tiny spiders. I get a few babies now and then in my apartment, I always try to catch them and release them outside.
Anything bigger than a dime can fuck off though

 No.1908

>>1907
what do you think of this one
>>>/win/560

 No.1909

>>1905
I don't see any birds!

 No.1911

>>1908
It gives me mild discomfort
I've dealt with worse though, I've had a wolf spider in my kitchen once as big as the palm of my hand. That thing was fast. I still managed to catch it and release it in the woods.

 No.1923

>>1909
birds are NOT important

 No.1973

Eww yuck, I don't even know that I'm going to watch this one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sohs4Ic1hac

 No.1974

i'm fine with insects that don't jumpscare me. i hate the unpredictable ones

 No.1975

I love looking at insects, but sadly they tend to make rapid movements which I absolutely hate.

 No.2009

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>>1974
>>1975
Don't worry. This spider hasn't moved for a couple of hours.

 No.2010

>>2009
Doesn't mean it won't ever move! Unpredictability is also one thing I hate about insects.

 No.2011

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Oh man, you should have seen the rapid, unpredictable way it jumped off the ceiling and onto the table when I was trying to jar it.

 No.2012

>>2011
Nicely done.

 No.2013

>>2009
Spiders aren't insects.

 No.2014

>>2013
Not him, but everyone knows the colloquial usage of insect essentially means "non-crustacean arthropods". Spiders have already been posted multiple times in this thread.




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