Insect sizes run the gamut of intimidating and nearly-invisible to the human eye.
This list showcases the various insects of the InsectIdentification.org database based on size, from largest achievable to smallest. As these values are average high and low lengths, insect sizes can be exceeded in the wild. There are a total of [ 1,682 ] Insects Ranked by Size (Largest to Smallest) in the InsectIdentification.org database. If attempting to identify a specific insect, you can remove entries from this result by clicking on the 'X' in the red box of each respective entry. At present, the 'largest large' insect in the database is the beastly Giant Red-Headed Centipede with the potential to reach 8 inches long. The 'smallest small' insect in the database is represented by the diminutive Booklice.