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You'd think all those darn legs—one pair per segment—would give millipedes  race advantages. But in fact they slow the insect down to the speed of a  worm.

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What are those terrifying centipede-like things?

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House centipede

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Red-legged Shieldbug - Pentatoma rufipes

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Scutigera coleoptrata resting on a wall. The antennae are approximately 2  cm long.

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These 14 Bugs Found In Maryland Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine

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Sowbug

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Sowbugs - sowbugs have many body segments, 7 pairs of legs, and chewing  mouthparts. Like many crustaceans, sowbugs have 2 pairs of antennae, ...

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House centipedes ...

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Behavior and ecology[edit]

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bugs with lots of legs

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Lots of legs

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Assassin bug

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Red-legged Shield Bug

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bugs with lots of legs

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Adult milkweed assassin bug, Zelus longipes Linnaeus, showing its long legs  and beak (

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Red-legged Shieldbug - Pentatoma rufipes

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Specimens with more than four pairs of legs. Includes myriapods (centipedes  and millipedes) and crustaceans (wood bugs); 10 species

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Despite their name, centipedes never have 100 legs. Danita Delimont/Getty  Images

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bugs with lots of legs

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Giant long-legged katydid

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Chinch bugs

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Big-Legged Bug on Heliconia Flower, Yasuni NP, Amazon, Ecuador

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Riverruns Best Assortment 12 Terrestrials Collection Total 24 Flies with A  Fly Box, Amy's Ant

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Phymata crassipes (assassin bug, thread-legged bug) by Corbis

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14 of the world's weirdest insects

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Lateral view of a third instar nymph of the milkweed assassin bug, Zelus  longipes Linnaeus. Figure 14.

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Red-legged Shieldbug - Pentatoma rufipes

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Pentatoma rufipes (Linnaeus, 1758) Rotbeinige Baumwanze Red-legged  Shieldbug Pentatoma rufipes. DE, Chemnitz, Harthwald; 2013-07-12 14:29:12

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caterpillar

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The majority of species (46 in total) feed on plant sap, however some are  predatory, such as the Bronze and Red-legged Shield Bugs which feed on ...

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Sink Bugs, Bathtub Bugs, Eyelash Bugs, or House Centipedes?

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You'd think all those darn legs—one pair per segment—would give millipedes race advantages. But in fact they slow the insect down to the speed of a worm. What are those terrifying centipede-like things? House centipede Red-legged Shieldbug - Pentatoma rufipes Scutigera coleoptrata resting on a wall. The antennae are approximately 2 cm long. These 14 Bugs Found In Maryland Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine Sowbug Sowbugs - sowbugs have many body segments, 7 pairs of legs, and chewing mouthparts. Like many crustaceans, sowbugs have 2 pairs of antennae, ... enter image description here House centipedes ... Behavior and ecology[edit] YouTube Premium bugs with lots of legs stonecentipedefulldorsal.jpg Lots of legs Assassin bug Red-legged Shield Bug enter image description here house-centipede_s4x3 animal insect bug parasite invertebrate pest pentatomidae weevil macro photography organism arthropod membrane winged insect true bugs with lots of legs Adult milkweed assassin bug, Zelus longipes Linnaeus, showing its long legs and beak ( Thumbnail image #1 of the Leaf-Footed Bug Red-legged Shieldbug - Pentatoma rufipes Specimens with more than four pairs of legs. Includes myriapods (centipedes and millipedes) and crustaceans (wood bugs); 10 species Thumbnail image #3 of the House Centipede Despite their name, centipedes never have 100 legs. Danita Delimont/Getty Images bugs with lots of legs (thread-legged bug, assassin bug) by Corbis Giant long-legged katydid Chinch bugs Thumbnail image #1 of the House Centipede File:Red-legged Sheild bug Pentatoma rufipes. - Flickr - gailhampshire.jpg reduviid_David_Power_2014 (1).jpg Big-Legged Bug on Heliconia Flower, Yasuni NP, Amazon, Ecuador Riverruns Best Assortment 12 Terrestrials Collection Total 24 Flies with A Fly Box, Amy's Ant Phymata crassipes (assassin bug, thread-legged bug) by Corbis 14 of the world's weirdest insects Lateral view of a third instar nymph of the milkweed assassin bug, Zelus longipes Linnaeus. Figure 14. Red-legged Shieldbug - Pentatoma rufipes Image courtesy Galveston County Master Gardener Association Pentatoma rufipes (Linnaeus, 1758) Rotbeinige Baumwanze Red-legged Shieldbug Pentatoma rufipes. DE, Chemnitz, Harthwald; 2013-07-12 14:29:12 caterpillar The majority of species (46 in total) feed on plant sap, however some are predatory, such as the Bronze and Red-legged Shield Bugs which feed on ... Sink Bugs, Bathtub Bugs, Eyelash Bugs, or House Centipedes?