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How Buggy Are You?

This quiz will test your knowledge on insects that are native to North Dakota.

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  1. What kind of butterfly is in the picture?

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    Monarch Butterfly
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    Dakota Skipper
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    Dragon Fly
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    Viceroys Butterfly
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    Monarch Butterfly

    The monarch Butterfly is a common species throughout North Dakota. Monarchs migrate back and forth between the Northern regions of North America and the South.

    Monarch Butterfly
    Via flic.kr
  2. What invasive species is this?

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    Water Beetle
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    Mosquito
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    Emerald Ash Borer
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    Termite
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    Emerald Ash Borer

    This species is invasive to North Dakota. It has decimated the population of green ash trees in North Dakota.

    Emerald Ash Borer
    Via commons.wikimedia.org
  3. What kind of bee is this?

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    Wasp
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    Yellowjacket
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    Carpenter bee
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    Rusty Patched Bumblebee
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    Rusty Patched Bumblebee

    The Rusty Patched Bumblebee is on the Endangered species list. It is a native pollinator to North Dakota.

    Rusty Patched Bumblebee
    Via Flickr: 8583446@N05
  4. What kind of dragonfly is this?

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    Yellow Darner
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    Red Darner
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    Green Darner
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    Blue Darner
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    Blue Darner

    There are 6 different species of Blue Darner in North Dakota. They are common dragonflies in North Dakota.

    Blue Darner
    Via Flickr: stonebird
  5. What species of Moth is this?

    Flickr: dendroica
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    Isabella Tiger Moth
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    Lion Moth
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    Wolf Moth
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    Jennifers Moth
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    Isabella Tiger Moth

    This moth has a very familiar looking larval stage. Banded wooly bear caterpiller is the larval stage of this moth.

    Isabella Tiger Moth
    Via Flickr: dendroica
  6. This butterfly likes to skip along, what am I?

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    Minnesota Skipper
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    Dakota Skipper
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    Canadian Skipper
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    Iowa Skipper
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    Dakota Skipper

    The Dakota Skipper is native to the tall grass praire and mixed grass praires of the midwest. It is slowly disappearing from its native areas due to habitat loss.

    Dakota Skipper
    Via mnzoo.org
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