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Although traditionally grouped with millipedes and centipedes —possibly on the basis of convergent adaptations to terrestrialisation  —evidence has emerged favoring closer evolutionary ties with crustaceans . In the Pancrustacea theory, insects, together with Entognatha , Remipedia , and Cephalocarida , make up a natural clade labeled Miracrustacea . 
We specialise in rare and common butterflies from the Neotropical (Central/South America, Caribbean Islands) and Holarctic regions (North America, Europe, Asia).
The whole order is camouflaged as either sticks or leaves . Leaf insects are generally the family Phylliidae . They are found in south and southeast Asia to New Zealand .
The term 'bug' is often misused to represent all manner of insect ( bug refers to an insect that can only use its mouthparts to bite or suck). With over 80,000 species categorically identified throughout the world, the term "bug" does not apply to insects as a whole.
CDC recommends the use of products containing active ingredients which have been registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for use as repellents applied to skin and clothing.
Phasmids can be relatively large, ranging from 1.5 centimetres (0.6 in) to over 30 centimetres (12 in) in length. Females of the genus Phobaeticus are the world's longest insects, measuring up to 56.7 centimetres (22.3 in) in total length in the case of Phobaeticus chani , including the outstretched legs.  The heaviest species of phasmid is likely to be Heteropteryx dilatata , the females of which may weigh as much as 65 g (2.3 oz).