Delaware isn’t necessarily known for creepy crawlers, huge bugs or scary animals.  But, that doesn’t mean that these 12 Delaware Bugs That Will Creep You Out aren’t close by.

In a list put together by Only In Your State, you can take a look at what might be lurking in your bed sheets, in the corners of your house or underneath your deck out back.

Have we creeped you out yet?  Haha.  This list will give you serious chills and have you looking over your shoulder or feeling like your skin is crawling.

If you’re not a fan of the bug life, you may want to leave now.  Consider yourself warned.  But, if you’re ready, take a look at these 12 Delaware Bugs That Will Creep You Out!

Looking for more like this?  Check out Delaware’s #1 Dreaded Pest.  We also included Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland’s Most Dreaded Pests for all of our listeners in neighboring states.

  • 1. Bed bugs

    12 Delaware Bugs That Will Creep You Out

  • 2. Pseudoscorpion

    Macro image of a tiny Pseudoscorpion, stacked close up image

  • 3. Centipede

    Scary looking bug with lots of legs

  • 4. Mole Cricket

    It has wings and can fly, but insects living underground. It has a large hand to dig. Can eat it and it is protein food.It can swim on the surface.Sounding like crickets.Hands like a mole

    It has wings and can fly, but insects living underground. It has a large hand to dig. Can eat it and it is protein food.It can swim on the surface.Sounding like crickets.Hands like a mole

  • 5. Giant Water Bug

    Adult Giant Water Bug of the Genus Lethocerus

  • 6. Spotted Camel Cricket

    A close up of a Camel Cricket on a foundation wall.

  • 7. Northern Walking Stick

    Walking stick, Phasmatodea. Insect photographed in their natural habitat

    Walking stick, Phasmatodea. Insect photographed in their natural habitat

  • 8. Earwig

    Earwig

  • 9. Silverfish

    Insect feeding on paper - silverfish. Pest books and newspapers.

    Insect feeding on paper – silverfish. Pest books and newspapers.

  • 10. Wheel Bug

    wild wheel bug, Arilus cristatus is a  common, widely distributed, beneficial assassin bug that preys on pest insects - grey color red legs - crawling on wood fence post

    Wild wheel bug, Arilus cristatus is a common, widely distributed, beneficial assassin bug that preys on pest insects – grey color red legs – crawling on wood fence post

  • 11. American Cockroach

    Adult American Cockroach of the species Periplaneta americana

    Adult American Cockroach of the species Periplaneta americana

  • 12. Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

    BMSB on wall, upside down. Found in Vancouver, BC, Canada. It's considered an invasive species, or a pest of foreign origin in North America. Selective focus.

    BMSB on wall, upside down. . It’s considered an invasive species, or a pest of foreign origin in North America. Selective focus.