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These peculiar dragonfly-like insects were named Buggaros by Douglas Sharper after Dr. Watson insisted that the local wildlife be given names. So, in his typical sarcastic nature, he combined the English word "bug" with "gahro," the D'ni word for "large" (In other words, "big bug"). Unfortunately, Sharper did not gather much actual research on them.