Are Potato Bugs Poisonous?

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Potato bugs are large insects also know as Jerusalem Crickets. They are yellow to brown in color. Usually, potato bugs are approximately 2.5 inches long. Adult potato bugs hop as they do not have wings. When it is hot and dry outside, they will move into homes. They are active at night and seek dark shelter during the day. Potato bugs may bite when they are corner or picked up. Their bite can be painful but they are not poisonous.
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