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Piercing and sucking mouthparts differentiate 'True Bugs' from other insects.

True Bugs are named as such due to their piercing and sucking mouthparts and are therefore placed in a group all their own. There are a total of [ 96 ] True Bugs in the InsectIdentification.org database. Always pay close attention to color variations and body shapes when trying to identify a species. To remove entries below, simply click on the 'X' in the red box of each respective insect.
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