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Answered: Live in mt was ky and trying to find agency to identify a house bug

Yes, you transported the bed lice and crabs from Montana to Kentucky. Better not let them know in Kentucky, they will kill if you get them into the Kentucky Bourbon.

Answered: Two dead blue jays found in backyard

Dead birds could have West Nile virus. Your county vector control might be interested.

Answered: I have been injured in a rear end collision ...

It’s probably just a formality because it’s compulsory to have insurance right? So I guess it’s for checking whether you’re insured and are eligible for a claim! Car insurance companies have various formalities they have to handle when claims are filed.

Answered: Why are some stink bugs green?

Camouflage, adaptive evolution.

Answered: How to rid of green lady bugs

Ladybugs (both the orange and green with black spots, about pencil diameter) are useful insects. They eat aphids, which are tiny green insects that eat your plants. If your problem is aphids, some garden shops sell ladybugs to control aphids.
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Why does a dog move its rear end from one side to another when

I think maybe it's because they walk on four legs with one front leg and the opposite back leg moving at the same time. When my doggie is excited, her whole body wiggles, especially the tail end!

are flies with green eyes, fruit flies?

Tough call. Check to see if they are carrying purses and buzz with a lisp. Uncle Frank

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Name this bug

Don't know, but I hope you got rid of it before it had babies!