What Does a Water Bug Look like?

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Water bugs are black or brown and can grow up to four inches long. Water bugs have two front legs that are pinchers which are used to stab their prey. They have small pointy mouth parts. You can find more information here: http://www.ehow.com/about_4644568_do-water-bugs-look-like.html
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Water Bug
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Blattaria Family: Blattidae Genus: Blatta Species: Blatta orientalis
Blatta orientalis, the Oriental Cockroach, is common world-wide. There is no country that is free of the presence of this insect. Combined with Blatta germanica, the Oriental Cockroach is present in approximately ten per cent of properties... More »
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They are about 1.5 inches long or longer - reddish brown in color and sometimes have wings but rarely fly. They are a descendant of the Cock roach.
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Identification The massive size of the water bug will usually give it away. The giant variety of this brown or blackish insect can grow up to four inches long. Even the smaller varieties
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Waterbug feces will look much like coffee grounds. The amount of feces found is often an indicator of the seriousness of the infestation.
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Water bugs love to lunch on algae and also other small aquatic insects. Larger water bugs will eat small fish, larger insects, snails and crustaceans.You can find more information
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