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Add new category under 'Critters' 'Mosquitoes' or maybe 'Insects'

 
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What do people think of this idea?
 
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I think bugs is the category you are looking for.  There's also pollinators, honey bees and maybe even nibblers in some cases. Most people aren't applying a scientific distinction between bugs and other insects in their yards.
 
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Casie Becker wrote:I think bugs is the category you are looking for.  There's also pollinators, honey bees and maybe even nibblers in some cases. Most people aren't applying a scientific distinction between bugs and other insects in their yards.



I stand corrected, It looks like my suggestions fall into 'Bugs'.

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