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While many people are not big fans of bugs, St. Croix is an entemologist’s dream! Yes, we have those pesky mosquitoes, but the island is also host to a number of wonderfully strange and sometime even beautiful insects and bugs. For example, if you look in the frangipani trees you may spot the colorful sphinx moth caterpillars munching on leaves. As you make your way around the island you will see lots of colorful little butterflies and moths fluttering around the flowers and bushes. You may even be fortunate enough to find some of the well camouflaged walking stick bugs or green stink bugs, which look like a little green leaves. Keep your eyes open, you never know what you may find! 

Sphinx Moth Caterpillars

Sphinx Moth Caterpillars

Sphinx Moth Caterpillars are large, brightly striped yellow and black caterpillars with bright red heads. A full grown larvae can grow up to 10 inches long! Amazingly, when they develop into their adult » read more » 

No See Ums

No-See-UmsThis is the official, technical term for little nat-like bugs that you can’t see, but you can certainly feel! They itch like the devil and like damp, moist, low-lying outside areas. You » read more » 

Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes

Unfortunately, mosquitoes are a harsh reality of life in the tropics. Mosquitoes are usually prevalent after big rains, and feed at dawn and dusk. There is no way to eradicate them, so come » read more »