Top Ten Deadliest Insects

This is a list of the top ten most deadliest insects.
The Top Ten
1 Mosquito Spanish for "small fly," mosquitoes are insects that have been known to cause various diseases. A sample of diseases caused by mosquitoes: malaria, yellow fever, Chikungunya, West Nile virus, dengue fever, filariasis, Zika virus.

Lots of people die from mosquitos because when it bites someone it caries the blood to the next and that caries diseases

This is why I'm afraid of insects

There's a dengue outbreak here. :/

2 Tsetse Fly
3 Kissing Bug
4 Yellow Jacket
5 European Honey Bee

Honey bee? :) no! honey bee isn't deadly... his sting only have pain... but don't kill!
they sting me 4 time! :) they are cute and useful insects

6 Asian Giant Hornet
7 Africanized Honey Bee
8 Pyrrhocoris Apterus

Common Vermilion - a very nice and combative red kind of pillow.

9 Bed Bugs
10 Green Shield Bug
The Contenders
11 Cockroach Cockroaches (or roaches) are a paraphyletic group of insects belonging to Blattodea, containing all members of the group except termites. About 30 cockroach species out of 4,600 are associated with human habitats. Some species are well-known as pests... read more
12 Myrmica Ruginodis

It's a deadly ant, I was bitten by one of these once, it burned and my best friend said it was their formic acid.

13 Puss Caterpillars
14 Flea Flea, the common name for the order Siphonaptera, includes 2,500 species of small flightless insects that live as external parasites of mammals and birds. Fleas live by ingesting the blood of their hosts. Adult fleas grow to about 3 millimetres (1⁄8 inch) long, are usually brown, and have bodies that... read more
15 Flies
16 Fire Ants
17 Army Ant
18 Lice
19 Siafu
20 Termites Termites are eusocial insects that are classified at the taxonomic rank of infraorder Isoptera, or as epifamily Termitoidae within the cockroach order Blattodea.

Oy these beasts hate Lincoln's birthplace

21 Deer Tick
22 Jumping Ants

While jack jumper ants stings can be very painful, they don’t cause any real problems for most people, who experience only redness and swelling. However, according to a fact sheet distributed by the Tasmania’s Department of Water, Parks and Environment, the venom can cause anaphylactic shock in approximately 3 percent of the population, which is believed to be approximately double the rate for an allergy to bee stings. The jack jumper ant stings can lead to symptoms such as difficulty breathing, swelling of the tongue, abdominal pain, coughing, loss of consciousness, low blood pressure, and increased heart rate. The bites are potentially life threatening but, fortunately, deaths due to stings are very rare.

23 Trachelophorus Giraffa
24 Assassin Caterpillar
25 Pogonomyrmex Maricopa
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