In the past couple of years, the number of insect sellers has exploded.
From the ubiquitous brown recluse spider to the yellow-footed mouse to the common stink bug, there are a number of great options to consider when it comes to buying insects.
But the selection of insects available is constantly changing.
This is especially true in areas that have not been fully exposed to insect bites, such as the US and Europe.
Here are 10 of our favorite insect sellers, based on what we’ve heard and researched.1.
Common Stink Bug2.
Common Dung Beetle4.
Common Leaf-munching Insect5.
Common Yellow-footed Moth7.
Common BuggyBirdA small insect seller has become popular in the last few years.
B.D.S. specializes in “stink bugs” – a type of fly-borne disease, which affects a range of species, including ants, termites, aphids, and caterpillars.
These small insects, commonly known as stink bugs, are often found in damp areas, under bridges, or under logs.
This type of insect is also known as a “buggybird,” and are attracted to light.
While B.S.’s listings of stink bugs can be confusing, they offer an array of different species to choose from, ranging from the common fly-baiter, to the rarest of all, the “bird-bitch” that feeds on woody plants and leaves.
These insects are often seen as harmless to humans, but in the wild, they can cause severe illness and death if left unattended.1a.
Common WinderBirdA tiny seller with more than 50 listings, Winder Bird is known for its “flesh crawlers” and “grasshoppers.”
These tiny insects can be found in gardens, in the yard, and even in the kitchen.
They feed on plant parts, including leaves and grass.
They are also attracted to lights, as they have a tendency to find it and burrow into them, according to the seller.
Winder Birds can be collected by a homeowner who needs to quickly collect a bug.
The seller’s instructions include instructions on how to set up a trap for the bugs.
The insect sellers website has a section on trapping insects.1b.
Common Black Fly2A small seller known for their “snails” and other “fly-borne” diseases, this seller has a variety of species available, including the black-eyed, black-legged, and black-winged.
This seller is a good source for insect sales as well, as it is able to offer different types of bugs depending on the species.2b.
Brown RecluseSpiderThis seller specializes in the common black recluse, which can be a little difficult to distinguish from the yellowish-brown recluse.
The common recluse has a number to choose, including black-footed moths, common stink bugs (as well as common leaf-moth, brown-footed), and yellow-legged moths.
The species of brown recluses are not well-known, and they are often overlooked.
For a listing of common brown reclususes, the seller offers a list of common names.
The list includes “Black-Eyed Red Reclususes,” “Red Recluses,” and “Red Snails.”
This seller has also featured their insect listing, and has a large collection of these tiny insects.
This listing is not as well-received as other sellers, as the sellers descriptions are very confusing.
They also have a lack of information about the species of recluse that they sell.1c.
Common Whitefly2This seller offers the common whitefly, also known under various names, including “white-footed flies,” “moths,” and even “brown-footed bugs.”
This species of whitefly is also sometimes referred to as the “black-eyed flies.”
The common white fly has a long and stumpy tail, which may be attached to a long, skinny body.
The fly can be attached directly to the skin of the skin, or can be made to glide along the skin.
The whitefly’s favorite food is a type a spider’s silk, which is often sold as bait.
This species is not well known, and the seller’s descriptions are confusing.
The listings of the common and common white flies are inconsistent.
They list the species as common whiteflies, but they do not specify a range or species.
This site does have a listing for a common white-fly, but it does not have a range for the species and has not been updated since 2015.1d.
Common Flyer2A seller that sells insects for humans, this listing has been around since 2005.
The description of the insect seller’s insect