Question by  dnastring (16)

What flying insects come from holes in the ground?

I seem to have insects coming from holes in the ground.


Answer by  Turkwork (1150)

There are a number of flying insects that live in holes in the ground. Termites live in the ground and there is a flying variety. Ground Nesting Mud Wasps and some variations of the yellow jacket also live in the holes in the ground. There is also some beetles that live in the ground that fly.


Answer by  Bugturk (97)

Roughly 90% of all insects spend part of their life underground. If you're seeing winged forms emerging, they could be beetles, true bugs, bees, wasps, ants (mating), cicadas, or flies, among others. Strong jumping legs? Probably crickets.

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