Ants
Bees, wasps, etc.
Beetles
Butterflies
Dragonflies
Flies
Ladybugs
Mosquitos
Moths
Praying Mantis
Scorpions
Spiders
Termites
Worms



Ants: Some of the hardest workers you will ever find (which actually helps them get along with Boggans and Nockers), ant pooka work well in groups. In fae miens, they often have fierce bites and are suprisingly strong, often able to lift several times their own body weight (but they never very large). Fire ant pooka also have venomous bites.
RF: 5

Bees, wasps, yellowjackets & hornets: These similar flying insects are grouped together here. Pooka of these affinities do often display stripped flesh in their fae miens and sometimes have poisonous stingers. A potent weapon, perhaps, though it does take some skill to strike someone with your rear-end.
RF: 5

Beetles: This category includes all types of beetles. These pooka often have hard shells in their fae miens, giving them good protection from harm. They may occasionally have the large pincers extending from their mouths.
RF: 5

Butterflies: All varieties of butterflies fall into this category. They are undeniably the most beautiful of the rare insect pooka, no matter what their current form. Delicate and gentle, these pooka almost always display butterfly wings and antennae in their fae miens.
RF: 5

Dragonflies: Often considered nearly as lovely as the butterfly pooka, these shapeshifters have beautiful shimmering wings.
RF: 5

Fleas: These tiny pooka are strongly disliked by dog and cat pooka for obvious reasons, despite that flea pooka do not usually bother their furry brethern. They tend to be incredible jumpers.
RF: 5

Flies: House flies, horse flies, fruit flies...these common pests are found here. Fly pooka can often fly and cling to walls and ceilings. They also often have the uncanny ability to know when they are in danger (and not just from flyswatters) and some faceted eyes in their fae miens.
RF: 5

Ladybugs: These pretty pooka come in both genders in spite of many jokes, and male ladybug pooka don't exactly appreciate the humor. They occasionaly display wings in their fae miens, but not always.
RF: 5

Mosquitos: These pests are most abundant in summer and breed in stagnant water. Mosquito pooka, like their spider brothers, have a taste for blood, and also often have working wings.
RF: 5

Moths: Not as pretty or popular as the butterfly pooka, the moth pooka is still very similar. It is only a rumor that moth pooka have a tendancy to run or fly into fires. They certainly do not do so against their will.
RF: 5

Praying Mantis: This category includes all sorts of mantis. These fearsome creatures have scythe-like forelimbs, and their pooka occasionally have similar weapons in their fae miens, for which even redcaps give them a nod of respect.
RF: 5

Scorpions: Much like the spider, the scorpion pooka had the ability to generate venom in their animal mien. If their fae mien includes the tail, such a pooka becomes a force to be reckoned with.
RF: 5

Spiders: Arachnophobia aside, spider pooka have numerous advantages, namely, venom and webbing. Imagine being able to carry those abilities over into your fae mien? Now that will give people arachnophobia! Not to mention that these creepy pooka often have a taste for blood! Sluagh seem to have a strange attraction to them.
This group includes all spiders, including tarantulas, black widows, brown recluses, daddy long legs, you name it.
RF: 5

Termites: These pooka do tend to have large appetites, but not necessarily for wood, as some would say. Eating wood is best left for redcaps, but termite pooka seem to be able to stomach it.
RF: 5

Worms: Not technically insects, but found here anyway. Many, even other pooka, find it hard to believe there are worm pooka, but there have indeed been a very few throughout history. They understandably dislike going fishing, and tend to be excellent burrowers.
RF: 5