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Bugs by Three Clues

Can you name these bugs by three given clues?
Some clues will only apply to a certain type of the species.
Quiz by ItzIngenious
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Last updated: August 16, 2021
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First submittedAugust 15, 2021
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Clues
Bug
Breathes through skin, composter, lives underground
Earthworm
Webs, Arachnid, Hourglass
Spider
Curls into ball, many legs, composter
Pill Bug
100, Many Legs, Long
Centipede
March, Queen, Tunnels
Ant
Blood, Lyme Disease, Dry Grass
Tick
Malaria, Citronella, Bites
Mosquito
Dogs, Bubonic Plague, Scratch
Flea
Clues
Bug
Chrysalis, Wings, Pollinator
Butterfly
Stings, Hive, Honey
Bee
Fire-Breather, Larvae stage in water, lived with the dinosaurs
Dragonfly
Pinch, Sting, Arachnid
Scorpion
Pray, Camouflage, Green
Praying Mantis
Woman, Spots, Aphids
Ladybug
Locust, Grass, Swarm
Grasshopper
4 Comments
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Level 66
Aug 16, 2021
Please accept slater and wood beetle, the only names I've ever known for what you call a pill bug.
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Level 60
Aug 16, 2021
Slaters are a different name for soy bug, which looks a lot like a pill bug but can not curl into a ball. Searching up wood beetle, i do not get anything remotely like a pill bug, or roly poly. If someone else can confirm your suggestions mean what you think they mean, I’ll change it. For now, it stays as it was.
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Level 67
Jul 31, 2023
A lot of children call the terrestrial isopod a "roly-poly." I think that's the best name for these critters!
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Level 60
Aug 13, 2023
Personally, I agree, which is why I have it as a type in. Of course, I tried to keep it as scientific as possible; which isn’t that scientific of course, seeing as this a two year old quiz lol.

Possible this is just a reply to the above comment though.