It's Not a Bug, It's a Creature
These bugs appear to rise from clouds of ash.
The surface of this bug's shell shimmers like oil.
This blue bug has sharp little teeth.
Vibrant and beautiful, it has a friendly little smile on its face.
A bright yellow bug, its wings smell like butter.
Thrives in desolate conditions.
A lively bug, it can be seen drinking morning dew.
This bug makes a faint ringing sound as it flies through the air.
The trail of a dustmoth looks like stardust.
Its tawny wings make it hard to spot on trees.
A large, formidable bug. Can survive extreme heat.
Hot to the touch, its shell flickers like flame.
This bug is easily mistaken for a snowflake.
The warmer this bug gets, the more it glows.
A bug with glistening gold wings, very fancy!
This bug looks like it's wearing tiny green shoes.
Attracted to heat, this little guy needs warmth.
This bug never stops eating.
This bug's wings are frozen over.
This tiny creature skips across hot lakes of lava.
These bugs can be seen dancing at dusk.
This bug is incredibly sticky. It has two long horns on its head.
The smallest and most pathetic bug I've ever seen.
This bug rubs its legs together to produce tiny sparks.
This little bug's legs are covered in see-through hairs.
Not to be confused with the infamous Dreadwing.
Who would live in the desert? This clown.
This bug's legs move so fast they're difficult to count.
This bug has a snout like a seahorse.
Hard to spot, these bugs are as black as night.
The wings of this bug are iridescent like ice.
It looks as if it could slip out of its shell at a moments notice.
The tips of its legs are covered in snow.
You'll smell one of these little guys before you see one.
This pretty bug loves sunshine.
This prickly little fellow has razor sharp wings.
Comes out only during certain phases of the moon.
Its legs look like intertwining vines.
A bug that can usually be found chasing the crest of a wave.
This guy has a creepy little face.