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Hymenoptera: Very diverse, 2 pairs of membranous wings (some wingless), forewings larger than hind wings and held together by small hooks, females have a hardened ovipositor and most have a constriction between the first 2 segments of the abdomen. Fabre, Wasp, Photos Du, Ants, Alien, Animals
Hymenoptera: Very diverse, 2 pairs of membranous wings (some wingless), forewings larger than hind wings and held together by small hooks, females have a hardened ovipositor and most have a constriction between the first 2 segments of the abdomen.
Diptera: One pair of membranous wings,hind wings became halteres, sucking mouthparts and short antennae. Loud Noises, Creative Thinking, Google Images, Flying, Catch, Common
Diptera: One pair of membranous wings,hind wings became halteres, sucking mouthparts and short antennae.
Mecoptera (scorpionflies): head elongate with slender mandibulate mouthparts, crossviened wings and males external genitalia recurved looks like a scorpion's tail. Pictures Of Insects, Beetle Insect, Cool Bugs, Praying Mantis, Creepy Crawlies, Bugs And Insects
Mecoptera (scorpionflies): head elongate with slender mandibulate mouthparts, crossviened wings and males external genitalia recurved looks like a scorpion's tail.
Mecoptera (scorpianflies): head elongate with slender mandibulate mouthparts, slender/crossviened wings, male genitalia recurved and looks like a scorpion.
Mecoptera (scorpianflies): head elongate with slender mandibulate mouthparts, slender/crossviened wings, male genitalia recurved and looks like a scorpion.
Siphonaptera (fleas): laterally compressed bodies, enlarged hind legs, backward pointing hairs, small antennae that tuck away into grooves on the head. Entomologist, Parasite, Enlarged, Fleas, Aquatic, Tuck, Bodies
Siphonaptera (fleas): laterally compressed bodies, enlarged hind legs, backward pointing hairs, small antennae that tuck away into grooves on the head.
Trichoptera (caddisflies): 2 pairs of membranous wings that are differing size, wings covered in fine hairs and form a roof over abdomen at rest. Vernal Pool, Theory Of Evolution, Arthropods, Valerian, Amphibians, Mammals, Birds Flying, Cocoon
Trichoptera (caddisflies): 2 pairs of membranous wings that are differing size, wings covered in fine hairs and form a roof over abdomen at rest.
Lepidoptera (moths and butterflies): sucking mouthparts (haustellum), large compound eyes, 2 pairs of membranous wings with overlapping scales. Butterfly Pictures, White Butterfly, Albino, Colorful Birds, Patterns In Nature, Beautiful Butterflies, Amazing Nature
Lepidoptera (moths and butterflies): sucking mouthparts (haustellum), large compound eyes, 2 pairs of membranous wings with overlapping scales.
Neuroptera (lacewings): 2 membranous wings of similar size, complex wing venation, wings held tent-like at rest, large compound eyes, well developed chewing/pinching mouthparts. Animals Of The World, Small Animals, Trout Food, Fish Food, Master Gardener, Lacewings, The Incredibles
Neuroptera (lacewings): 2 membranous wings of similar size, complex wing venation, wings held tent-like at rest, large compound eyes, well developed chewing/pinching mouthparts.
Raphidioptera: prothorax lengthened (yet no modification on forelimbs),  2 identical wings, protruding eyes and lengthened ovipositors. Protruding Eyes, Beneficial Insects, Fauna, I Am Awesome
Raphidioptera: prothorax lengthened (yet no modification on forelimbs), 2 identical wings, protruding eyes and lengthened ovipositors.
Megaloptera: Dark coloured and flexible bodies, 2 pairs of membranous wings of same size often with dark patches, at rest wings are held roof-like over the body. Fishing Tips, Fish Recipes, Roof, Wings
Megaloptera: Dark coloured and flexible bodies, 2 pairs of membranous wings of same size often with dark patches, at rest wings are held roof-like over the body.
Coleoptera (beetles): elytra (forewings), mandibulate, compound eyes. Garden Bugs, Garden Insects, Garden Pests, Veggie Garden, Vegetable Gardening, Herb Garden, Garden Planters, Organic Gardening, Sprouting Potatoes
Coleoptera (beetles): elytra (forewings), mandibulate, compound eyes.
Strepsiptera: 1-8mm, large berry-like eyes, fan-like antennae, forewings reduced to knobs and large membranous hind wings. Little Monsters, Biology, Critter, Creepy
Strepsiptera: 1-8mm, large berry-like eyes, fan-like antennae, forewings reduced to knobs and large membranous hind wings.
Hemiptera: very diverse, piercing/sucking mouthparts (proboscis), compound eyes. World, Piercing, Micro, Eyes, Picture, Top, Piercings
Hemiptera: very diverse, piercing/sucking mouthparts (proboscis), compound eyes.
Thysanoptera (thrips): small, slender and elongate body parts, sucking/rasping mouthparts,when winged it has 2 pairs of slender membranous/fringed wings. Bug Off, Animal Agriculture, Pest Control, Pests, Plant Leaves, Body Parts
Thysanoptera (thrips): small, slender and elongate body parts, sucking/rasping mouthparts,when winged it has 2 pairs of slender membranous/fringed wings.
Pscoptera (barklice/booklice): head prominent, "neck," 2 pairs of wings/wingless, wings held tent-like, front wings larger than hind wings. Invertebrates, Spider, Tent, Larger, Pairs, Animales
Pscoptera (barklice/booklice): head prominent, "neck," 2 pairs of wings/wingless, wings held tent-like, front wings larger than hind wings.
Phthiraptera (lice): small, eyes reduced/absent,antennae short, suctorial/ mandibulate mouthparts. Crawlers, Reduced
Phthiraptera (lice): small, eyes reduced/absent,antennae short, suctorial/ mandibulate mouthparts.
Protura: tiny, elongate/cylindrical body, eyes and antennae absent. Sea Spider, University Of Connecticut, Developmental Stages, Anamorphic, Biodiversity, Wikipedia
Protura: tiny, elongate/cylindrical body, eyes and antennae absent.
Collembola (springtails): elongate/cylindrical shape, beaded antennae, mouthparts hidden by cheeks, forked-tail organ. Reptiles, Environment, Beaded, Shape
Collembola (springtails): elongate/cylindrical shape, beaded antennae, mouthparts hidden by cheeks, forked-tail organ.
Diplura: abdomen with 10 visible segments, 2 cerci long/forceps-like Forceps, Semester, Lizard, Long
Diplura: abdomen with 10 visible segments, 2 cerci long/forceps-like
Archaeognatha (bristletails): elogate body that tapers towards the back, wingless, compound eyes, 3 slender cerci with the middle one much longer. Silverfish, The Secret, Moth, Evolution
Archaeognatha (bristletails): elogate body that tapers towards the back, wingless, compound eyes, 3 slender cerci with the middle one much longer.
Thysanura (silverfish): wingless, 3 antennae and 3 abdominal cerci with 2 pointing away from the the body. House Insects, Insect Control, Household Hacks, Cleaning Hacks, Get Rid Of Silverfish, Keep Flies Away, Diatomaceous Earth
Thysanura (silverfish): wingless, 3 antennae and 3 abdominal cerci with 2 pointing away from the the body.
Ephemeroptera (mayflies): 2 pairs of membranous wings, hindwings much smaller than forewings, short antennae and 2/3 very long terminal filaments. Foto Macro, Aquatic Insects, Lacewing, Mayfly, Wildlife Pictures, Fly Tying Patterns, Animal Science, A Bug's Life
Ephemeroptera (mayflies): 2 pairs of membranous wings, hindwings much smaller than forewings, short antennae and 2/3 very long terminal filaments.