Insect Predators eat more than one prey item in their lifetimes,and are usually larger than their prey. Click on the thumbnails below to find out more about these predators.

Beetles (more info on beetles)

C-mac ladybeetles Convergent ladybeetles Tiger Beetles Multi-colored Asian Ladybeetles Margined Soldier Beetle Ground Beetles Ground Beetles Article 1 Tiger Beetles
Rove Beetles Sphecid Wasp Predator Stink  Bugs Predator Stink Bugs Assassin Bugs Assassin Bugs Insidious Flower Bugs Big-Eyed Bug

(True) Bugs (what are true bugs)

Big-eyed Bug Insidious Flower Bug Spined Soldier Bugs Anchor Bugs Euthyrhynchus Bugs Two Spotted Stink Bug Damsel Bug Assassin Bug Insidious Flower Bugs Big-Eyed Bug

Dragonflies and Damselflies (more info on dragonflies and damselflies)

Dragonflies Sphecid Wasp Predator Stink  Bugs Predator Stink Bugs Assassin Bugs Assassin Bugs Insidious Flower Bugs Big-Eyed Bug

Flies (more info on flies)

Dolichopodid Flies Hover Flies Robber Flies Predator Stink Bugs Assassin Bugs Assassin Bugs Insidious Flower Bugs Big-Eyed Bug

Lacewings (more info on lacewings)

Green Lacewings Brown lacewings Predator Stink  Bugs Predator Stink Bugs Assassin Bugs Assassin Bugs Insidious Flower Bugs Big-Eyed Bug

Mantids (more info on mantids)

Lacewings Carolina Mantid Predator Stink  Bugs Predator Stink Bugs Assassin Bugs Assassin Bugs Insidious Flower Bugs Big-Eyed Bug

Wasps (more info on wasps)

Paper Wasp Sphecid Wasp Predator Stink  Bugs Predator Stink Bugs Assassin Bugs Assassin Bugs Insidious Flower Bugs Big-Eyed Bug