predators, parasites, or pathogens that are considered beneficial because they attack and kill organisms that we normally consider to be pests.
All the predators and/or parasites that may feed on a given organism. Organisms used to control a specific pest
organisms that prey on other organisms; they are classified into two general categories: predators, which chase and kill they prey; and parasites or parasitoids, which live off their host without necessarily killing it. A parasite does not usually kill its host while a parasitoid does kill its host.
species that have naturally evolved as predators of other nearby species.
The organisms that prey on or compete with other organisms, thereby limiting its population. Certain natural enemies are also known as good bugs or beneficial insects.