Number of Species: Several million

Classification: Mundane

Subcategory: Pure

Provinces: All but the coldest of environments

Rarity: Depends on the individual specie, but insects are incredibly common

Average Size: Varies, depending on the individual specie

Description: Insects vary massively depending on the specie. In general, an insect has three body parts (head, thorax, and abdomen), six legs, and a pair of antennae. They may or may not have wings.

Magical Abilities: Magical abilities are found in certain insect species. These magical abilities vary, but share one common attribute: they help the insect stay alive. From invisibility, glamours, illusions, flashes of light, and bilocation, insects tend to have magical abilities that help them eat, not get eaten, or find a suitable mate.

Examples of Insects: Honey bees, butterflies, moths, flies, beetles, mosquitos, crickets, ants, grasshoppers, and more.