Ferocious flying insects

Mosquito -
Anopheles mosquitoes are the only species known to carry malaria.

Asian giant hornet -
Aggressive and fearless, the Asian giant hornet is the honey bee's worst nightmare. But humans have fallen victim to this merciless critter on numerous occasions. 

Flea -
Fleas suck blood from humans, birds, reptiles, and wild and domestic animals. The rat flea is well known as a vector of bubonic plague and flea-borne typhus.

Tsetse fly -
The tsetse is a biological vector of trypanosomes, which causes human sleeping sickness and animal trypanosomiasis. 

Africanized bee -
The original "killer bee," Africanized bees are so named after the East African lowland honey bee, which was introduced to Brazil in 1956. 

German yellowjacket -
Yellowjacket or yellow jacket is the common name in North America for predatory social wasps. One species stands out, the German yellowjacket. 

Tarantula hawk -
Tarantula hawks are armed with one of the most painful stings on the planet.

Warrior wasp -
A sting from one of these insects results in an intense pain that can last up to 30 minutes. 

Western yellowjacket -
Though they tend not to sting unless a violent struggle occurs, western yellowjackets nonetheless violently protect their nests and can sting repeatedly.

Tropical carpenter bee -
It looks like a beetle on steroids, doesn't it? And indeed, the tropical carpenter bee is a very large and robust insect. However, it's actually a gentle giant. 

Yellow fly -
Again, it's the female you need to watch out for. She's one of the most serious biting fly pests out there. And she's crafty.

Black fly -
A common nuisance for humans, black flies spread several diseases, including the terrible river blindness in Africa. 

Red paper wasp -
While not the most agonizing sensation on the block, a sting from one of these guys is often painful and causes localized swelling and itchiness. 

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