Sounds like gnats
I don't know but my grandpa has these in his front yard, I'm trying to figure it out too
i dont know its to hard
For what i know they are dangerous they are poisonous so it might be an insect
No i have not but i know somebody who did Look up red sprites
i dont know but i have been bit by a simalir insect with 2 red spots on its wings, no visable stinger.... i dont know but i have been bit by a simalir insect with 2 red spots on its wings, no visable stinger....
Dragonflies generally capture insects on-the-fly. You may see dragonflies flying or waiting on a branch or cattail. When an unsuspecting insect comes flying along, they either launch toward the pray, or swoop in from above. This happens very fast. Dragonflies capture an insect by forming a sort of net with its legs. As they approach, they net the insect by coming in faster than the insect is flying, they fly very slightly higher than the insect, thus allowing the insect to slip into the net formed by its legs. They then eat the insect alive. Now, I do not know for sure if dragonflies actually pursue bees specifically, but if they do, this is the method used.
- Dragonflies - other tiny frogs - any other flying insect
They might they might not
I dont know, can anyone of u answer because i dont know much about leaf insects
If you need to find out what kind of bug or insect fits your description you could check on bugguide.net or contact your local Entomologist, located at a local museum or university.
i really don't know that's why i asked you but i guess nobody really know's
Nobody knows if it is true but you never know somebody might invent flying cars any day.dfdgdghcadsgbdaferhfvferfgermhbvmdfhgbvefnhrgtffdnhgttrfernhyhjgrnhjghmghrmgfernhgfrgrhgfehfrgfergferjygfrenhgferhjgferjgfer fgfxhdbffgfxhdbfI also think that it depends on the things we know in the future