Edible insects can be found in California’s Central Valley and in many other places in the state.
The bugs, some of which are native to the state, are commonly used for making chocolates, candy bars, cookies and other products.
But there are many more edible insects that can be used in the food industry.
Here are 10 edible insects to try.1.
the brown mole, california brown mole source Business Insider title California brown mole is one of the best in the world!
source BusinessInsider title California Brown Moles are among the best beetles in the United States!
source The Brown Mole, calidornis californis, is one the largest beetles of its kind in the country.
It can grow up to six feet long and weighs about 100 pounds.
It is found in the western United States and Mexico.2.
the chink beetle, calipatria chink source Businessinsider title The Chink Beetle, calippatria calipatoides, is the largest beetle in the Americas.
It measures about 10 feet long, and can weigh up to 5,000 pounds.
Its larvae feed on caterpillars, and adults feed on nectar.3.
the cicada, caicadensis cicadense, source BusinessInsight article Cicadas can be deadly pests to people and pets.
The insects have the potential to cause serious disease.
They are also the most dangerous beetles in North America.
Cicadas can live for up to 100 years and can reach heights of up to 8 feet.
They can carry a host of diseases.
They have been known to kill humans and pets by eating their skin, breathing in their urine, or by biting the skin of humans and animals.
The Cicada is one species that is very closely related to the California ground beetle.4.
the lady beetle, ladybird, ladybug source Businessin the Times article Ladybird is a small, dark-colored beetle that has a brown or reddish tinge to its body.
It lives in the northern United States, including Alaska, Canada and the United Kingdom.5.
the sand worm, sand beetle, sandworm, sand, worm source BusinessWeek article The sand worm is the world’s largest sand beetle.
Its body is about three inches long and is about 10 centimeters wide.
It has three pairs of legs on each side of its body and can carry up to 250 pounds.
They feed on dead insects and may sting people.
Sandworms are not considered a threat to humans, but they can cause severe allergic reactions.6.
the water crab, water crab source BusinessMagazine article The Water Crab is a member of the order Crustacea.
It’s the only freshwater crustacean that can live underwater for more than a week without food.
It feeds on plankton and small crustaceans, which can be as small as a grain of rice.7.
the salt water rat, saltwater rat, salvia, salt source BusinessMag article Salvia is a popular botanical in Florida and the Caribbean.
It grows in salt water and is one one of Florida’s most commonly used botanical.
It may also be used for the treatment of respiratory problems.8.
the spider mite, mite of war, war mite source Business Magazine article The spider mites, also known as “mites of war,” are an invasive species that have been spreading rapidly throughout the United State and Canada.
The species is native to southern and eastern North America, including Mexico and Central America.9.
the cottonmouth butterfly, chrysalis chrysalea, cottonmouth, cotton, moth, moth source Business In the Times (UK, Ireland) article Chrysalis chrysema is one in a long line of species that are members of the genus Chrysalidae.
It occurs in the eastern United States.10.
the bumble bee, bumblebee, bumbling, bee source Business magazine article The Bumble Bee is a North American pest of apple trees.
Its wingspan is about 3.5 inches long.
They produce an egg sac which can contain hundreds of millions of small moths.
They live in the fall and winter.11.
the mason bee, mason, masons, bee, beesource BusinessInsiders article Mason Bees are a group of insects in the order Lepidoptera.
They occur throughout North America and are related to bees.12.
the wood chipper, wood chipping, woodchipper, chipper source BusinessToday article Woodchippers are common in California.
They eat wood and are often found in forests and grasslands.13.
the golden-winged chrysalids, chrysesalids source Businessweek article Chrysalid, chysalidum, is a plant that is native only to South America.
It produces two