Jump to: navigation, search. The larval stage of the goliath beetle is arguably the
world's heaviest insect. The titan beetle · Insects, which are a type of arthropod,
are easily the most...
Jul 31, 2003 ... The highest recorded jump by an insect is 70 cm (28 in) by the froghopper (
Philaenus spumarius). When it jumps, the insect accelerates at ...
Nov 7, 2013 ... Check out 4 of the biggest bug jumpers around. ... Some of the jumping bugs I've
highlighted here throw themselves the equivalent distance of ...
Jul 31, 2003 ... Froghoppers, also called spittle bugs, produce the white foam ... A high-speed
camera revealed that the froghopper could jump 27 in, the ...
Insects that jump include the froghopper, the flea, the grasshopper and the
katydid. ... The froghopper's jump is so fast that even with a high-speed camera
capable of shooting 2,000 frames per ... What is a group of grasshoppers called?
Sep 12, 2013 ... The small hopping insect Issus coleoptratus uses toothed gears on its joints ...
Insects from the Issus genus, which are commonly called ..... God working
together with humans to lead them to a higher mode of life (aka heaven).
Dec 17, 2012 ... If you were asked to identify the highest jumper in the animal kingdom, you might
... Before the frogs jump, they stretch most of their hindlimb muscles, and ... that
they're heavier than other champion insect jumpers, like fleas.
Nov 19, 2008 ... The spittle bugs jump higher than any other creature known on the planet. ... see
a stretchy protein this protein, called resilin in the long jumping ...
Even the biggest kind of jumping spider is not much more than a half-inch long. ...
But any insect that happens to land on the flower had better beware. ... A strand
of silk called dragline trails behind, still anchored to the spider's "launchpad.
Feb 10, 2011 ... But the world's biggest fish could be even bigger, say scientists ... In most of the
jumps two parts of the insects' complicated legs - the toe and ... to launch using a
pad on their legs made of a stretchy substance called resilin.