Question by  rain7420 (152)

What kind of tree insects are common in Texas?


Answer by  BigMomma2 (132)

Buffalo Treehopper, Cicada, flat headed Borer, peach tree Borer, Viceroy, Buckeye, Mourningcloak butterfly, cecropia, bagworm, question mark, polyphemus, Io moth, underwing moth, luna moth, eastern tent butterfly, carpenter moth and quite a few other moths, butterlies and borers. Lots of tree bugs for sure.


Answer by  HemmedIn3 (30)

I would recommend you pick up a book on insects for the area where you live in Texas. There are a lot of them in trees but they will vary depending on region, weather, humidity and other elements. A book on a specific area will give you some better answers.


Answer by  BlueEyes3b5 (121)

OMG have you checked lately how many tree insects we've got in Texas? Just about as many as they have in Alabama except ours have names lol. Let's see we've got katydids, snowy tree cricket, barklouse, termites of course in stumpes and stuff, we also have the San Jose Scale.

Reply by Annika5 (171):
rofl we call it the bug a day club here..... at least one new bug we've never seen before shows up every day in Alabama  add a comment
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