This gallery covers those most commonly encountered as well as a few more obscure ones that warranted photographing at the time. I hope to add more entries as information and photos become available. I always found that the pests are in far greater numbers than the predators. It is the same as with any animal at the top of a food chain. If there is not enough food for the good bugs they will either turn on each other or quite simply go elsewhere. Another clue is that predatory bugs are usually very active in tracking down their prey whilst the pests are likely to be stationary, sucking or chewing on the plants.
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