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How to Fight Insects
Insect fighting is a great way to have fun with friends. It involves the catching and raising of insects (spiders too!) to fight. Does it sound like Pokémon? Insect fighting is what Pokémon was based off of! If you find this act morally questionable, or have other questions, please see below in the warning section.
Catch a bug; The difficulty is based on location.
- If you live in the great plains, or a heavy forest area, use one of the following: praying mantis, spiders, ants (black or fire ants, if you want more of a challenge), beetles, and grasshoppers.
- If you live in a desert area, such as Arizona or Nevada, your choice is dangerous, but includes one of the most fierce fighters next to a stag beetle, the scorpion. Keep in mind that they are very dangerous and if you're going to handle them, wear a thick full sleeved shirt and leather gloves.
- If you're in California, you could try for a trap door or jumping spider. They make for rather interesting fights. However, keep in mind that trap door spiders don't take their trap door with them, you have to fight in an arena.
Raise your insects for competition.Before you try to raise your bugs, get a plastic cage. You can get these at any decent pet store.
Get the proper food for your insect.For food, you have to consider what insect you are raising.
- For carnivorous insects, you can use crickets, small spiders, grasshoppers (although you might kill them first in case they might kill your other insect.), flies, some types of larvae (beetle, caterpillar, grubs and maggots.) and ants.
- For vegetarians, feed them leaves, and for each different species of insects, separate natural environments to live in that contain all of the resources needed to live.
- Note: Do not feed your insects flowers as for many of them are poisonous to insects.
- For beetles, mix some sugars into their diet, it makes them huge!
Make sure your insects have the water they need.For water, they should each get about 3 milliliters (0.1 fl oz) a day. Some insects, such as grasshoppers and beetles, like to eat bread or cookie crumbs.
Start the fight.The rules are very simple:
- Get a cage that neither bug has lived in.
- Put both bugs in the cage until they fight.
- Remove the winner and return it to your cage.
- The fight goes until one bug stops moving or tries to run out of the ring three times.
- In a tournament, subbing out your insect per round is okay, if its the same species of bug.
QuestionHow long should I raise my insect before fighting it?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt's really not a good idea to fight insects, but if you're going to do it, then you will need to determine when to do it based on the life cycle of the insect that you're using. You'll have to do some more specific research depending on which insect you're raising.Thanks!
QuestionCan I use two ants from the same colony?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo. The ants are from same colony, so they have the same pheromones. They will recognize the other ant is not from an enemy colony, so they won't fight.Thanks!
QuestionIs insect fighting like boxing but without the gloves?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt's more like dog fighting without the dogs. The bugs can get killed as a result.Thanks!
QuestionWhat insects can I use to fight in North Carolina?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerRhinoceros beetles, assassin bugs, praying mantis, black widows, and brown recluse spiders.Thanks!
QuestionIs this illegal?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo, this is not illegal.Thanks!
QuestionCan praying mantis eat their kind when they fight?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes. Praying mantises will even try to eat their own siblings after they hatch.Thanks!
QuestionCan I fight dragonflies?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou shouldn't fight dragonflies. They are good natural pests for your garden.Thanks!
- Get your friends into it, make it popular!
- If the cage is big enough, grow your bugs in hordes! Your best fighters will breed making a strong pool of warriors.
- Catching insects is a lot easier when you have a net and a bottle (with holes poked in it) ready!
- If your parents disapprove, you can say any of the following arguments:
- You're removing a pest from the environment.
- You're building a community with your friends and learning dedication.
- You're outside!
- If you're young (as in 8-12), this is a valuable hobby to pick up because it combines a lot of your favorite games! Pokémon, Yu-Gi-Oh! and Tamagachi are all in this to some extent.
- If your parents are against having an insect in the house, and you live an area that is warm all year long, ask if you could keep them in the garage, or some place where it won't bother your parents.
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