What insects cant fly??
the ones that cant fly are the ones without wings. yes that sounds like "Wow why didnt I think of that" but its as simple as that. and the ones saying ants dont fly. apparently you dont know that some ants have wings. stuff needs to be specified of what species. its like saying what humans cant walk. the ones that are paralyzed duh. but the ones with out legs as well. but some get prostetics. a way for us to mutate and adapt to our living. and catepillars are just in a stage in life. so its like saying babies dont walk. but eventually they do. sorry just felt like giving people a new outlook on things. nothing is that easy and plain. and this is back up for mikeh
Other than ants, mandyloo, there aren't any animals on that list that are insects, unless you count larval forms (caterpillars), which of course we don't. Spiders and ticks are arachnids, and worms aren't even arthropods. Even ants, which ARE insects, don't count because there are hundreds of ant species that can fly.
The subclass of insect known as Apterygota are all wingless and include insects such as silverfish, springtails, proturans, and bristletails. Fleas are also wingless, as are many subspecies of normally winged insects. And as we already mentioned, the larval or nymph stages of many insects are unable to fly.
Who is telling you that cockroaches aren't bugs?
Cockroaches CAN fly, or at least some of them can. Most don't, and many of those that do, like American roaches, can't do much more than glide, but there are several species of Asian roach that are capable of powered flight.
Cockroaches can't fly and I dont care what anybody says, cockroaches are bugs, very gross bugs.
Ground beetles can't fly and maybe termites...not too sure about termites
Certain cockroaches can't fly, others can shudders
-Ants -Spiders -Worms -Catapillers -Ticks