naw, just the fact that bugs and insect aren't interchangeable.
That is what I would call a finer point of entomology... in laymen's speech, the words are essentially interchangeable, and in scientific terms, all bugs (a.k.a. "true bugs") are insects, but all insects aren't bugs. But do they really compare the morphology of hemiptera to that of other insects in the third grade these days? Well, anyway, I wasn't educated in the US, but I currently live in the US, I don't remember when in my education I went over insect morphology, but that wouldn't have been part of the curriculum.
Isn't it "cue"?
-What is best in life? -To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women.