entomology facts Selected as the most interesting among nature related questions in Nature quiz How many legs do spiders have? 8. All spiders have eight legs (while insects have six). Unlike most arthropods, spiders have no extensor muscles in their limbs and instead extend them by hydraulic pressure.Created by: Kasiazoology facts » How many wings does a bee have?4. All insects have none, two or four wings. Some extinct insects had an additional pair of winglets attached to the first segment of the thorax, for a total of three pairs.Created by: globalquiz.orginsects facts » What insects live in large numbers in sloth's fur?Moths. Several moth species have evolved to exclusively inhabit moist fur of sloths. It appears that sloths benefit from their relationship with moths because the moths fertilize algae on the sloth, which provides them with nutrients. Some sloths have been recored carrying more than 120 moths in their fur.Created by: Hitter smashermammals facts » Which of the following is an insect?Mantis. Insects have a three-part body (head, thorax and abdomen), three pairs of legs, compound eyes and one pair of antennae.Created by: globalquiz.organimals facts » Which of the following predators does not suck the fluids out of its victim's body?Mantis. The praying mantis chews its victims in a manner similar to the way mammals do; however, its jaws close sideways, and not from the top or bottom like mammals' mouths. Mantis always eats the head first.Created by: life-o-holicdangerous animals facts » What's the name of the parasite in the picture?Bed bugs were largely eradicated in the 40s of the last century. However, they have increased in prevalence since 1990s likely due to pesticide resistance, governmental bans on effective pesticides, and international travel.Created by: GabrielBarannature facts » The honeydew honey is made of bees. What is honeydew?Expel the aphids. The honeydew is expelled by aphids and leeks, less often other insects feeding on plant juice. They feed mainly on the plant's juice, and water, sugars, free amino acids, and the rest are rapidly degrading in the form of honeydew.Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskacuisine facts » Play nature quiz and see all the questions.