MOSQUITOES
Don't let these pesky suckers ruin you're BBQ! Mosquitoes spread deadly diseases are annoying and are often called one of the most dangerous insects on the planet. Noting but a tasty treat when it comes to bats!

LEAFHOPPERS
Save the Garden! these pests will attack apples, grapes, potatoes, and roses in your garden, leaving leaves white and stippledLeafhoppers are herbivores (plant-eaters). They have mouth designed for the extraction of sap from the leaves, grass and fruits. Leafhoppers release sweet substance called honeydew after the meal.

CUCUMBER BEETLES
Farmers suffer from these because It's larva, corn rootworms, are costly pests of corn, beans, cucumbers, melons, asparagus, eggplant and squash plants and their larva will chew on the roots of these plant. Both larva and adults can cause severe damage to farmers in the US Midwest. By utilizing the Bat Metro Farmers can save thousands!

STINK BUGS
Stink bugs are an invasive species that were accidentally introduced to North America from Asia. Bats are actually one of their few natural predators!They also feed on field crops like sorghum and cotton. Around homes, stink bugs have been found feeding on ornamental plants. When stink bugs feed on fruits like peaches or apples, they use their mouth to pierce the skin of the fruit. The insect injects a small amount of saliva into the fruit.

JAPANESE BEETLES
These beetles destroy plants, flowers and grass. They chew the tissue of leaves, leaving only the veins intact, which poses a major risk to trees.Japanese beetles feed on about 300 species of plants, devouring leaves, flowers, and overripe or wounded fruit. They usually feed in groups, starting at the top of a plant and working downward. 

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ARMYWORM MOTHS
These moths are billion dollar pests that attack a wide variety of crops and are a major food item of bats.uring the day, moths remain hidden in grassy vegetation. Armyworm moths are active during the evening, feeding on nectar, mating, and searching for oviposition sites. Eggs are deposited in rows or clusters on thelower leaves of grasses or at the base of plants.

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