Calling all bug lovers! It's time to name some new species! (you can even name it after yourself if you want!) But first, initial entomologicallyness questions: 1. Are there any tiny beetle-like flying bugs that swarm? And for what reasons would bugs swarm (migration? reproduction? feeding? something else?) 2. Which kinds of bugs are, for the most part, solitary? 3. What bugs eat other bugs? (I know spiders, but any others?) 4. Which bugs are cannibals? (I know praying mantis, but any others?) The next is creative naming (if you can provide a possible scientific name, that's very welcome ). Any and all ideas are appreciated (Since I'm using this in a book, please let me know if you would require credit for the naming... because I might make it far enough to send to publishing someday...*dreams of far off future*): a. What would you call a GIANT (human sized) roly-poly (a.k.a. pill bug)? b. What would you call a dog-sized roach? c. What would you call a tiny beetle-like flying bug that swarms? >.< d. This space for creating a bug with a name to go with! And finally, for those bug lovers who are reeeeeeally into entomologyness: 1. When identifying new bugs, what would be your first instinct - saying it's from a certain order or suborder or family or what? For example, if seeing a beetle, would you say "Oh, it's something in the coleopteran order" or would you be more likely to be able to classify it further?