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    FORM 6 BIOLOGY PROJECT- Insectarium FORM 6 BIOLOGY PROJECT- Insectarium Presentation Transcript

    • Order ODONATACommon name : Skimmer
    • Order ODONATA ~Damselflies andDragonflies. Atrest, damselflies holdtheir wings togetherabove the body ordiverging; dragonflied hold themhorizontal.
    • Order HEMIPTERA Giant water bug
    • Order HEMIPTERA ~ True Bugs. Frontwings thickened atbase andmembranous at thetip, the tipsoverlapping at rest;antennae 4- or 5-segmented; mouthparts in the form ofa sucking beak.
    • Order ORTHOPTERA ~Grasshoppers, Crickets,and Cockroaches.Usually large insects;hind legs often(grasshoppers andcrickets) enlarged; frontwings narrow, hindwings broad and at restfolded fanwise.
    • OrderHOMOPTERA ~Aprids, Hoppers, Cicadas, andOthers. Piercing-sucking mouthparts; beak arisesat rear of head.
    • Order COLEOPTERA ~Beetles. Usuallyhard-bodiedinsects, with frontwings thickened andmeeting in a straightline down back;antennae nearlyalways with 10 ormore segments;mouth partschewing.
    • Order COLEOPTERA
    • Order COLEOPTERA
    • Order LEPIDOPTERA ~Butterflies. Gaudydiurnal insects withscaled wings that arelarge in proportion tobody; antennaeknobbed but neverhooked at tip, andclose together atbase; wings at restoften held togetherabove body.
    • Order LEPIDOPTERA ~Moths. Nocturnal(rarely diurnal)Lepidoptera withantennae threadlike orfeathery (not clubbedas in butterflied); atrest, wings usually heldhorizontal or roof likeover body.
    • Order DIPTERA ~Flies. With only 1pair of wings (mostother insects have 2pairs).
    • Order DIPTERA
    • Order HYMENOPTERA ~Sawflies, Wasps, and Bees.Narrow waisted to a greateror lesser degree. Bees differfrom wasps in being morehairy, with the body hairsbranched, more robust, andthe 1st segment of the handtarsi is usually elongatedand flattened; two pairs ofmembranous wings
    • Order HYMENOPTERA
    • Isoptera
    • Order PHASMIDA~Common name: Walking sticks
    • Order PHASMIDA~ Leaf Bug
    • ClassificationKingdom: AnimaliaPhylum: ArthropodaClass: InsectaThe Class Insecta contains the following subgroups: Order: Archaeognatha (bristletails) Order: Thysanura (silverfish) Order: Ephemeroptera (mayflies) Order: Odonata (damselflies and dragonflies) Order: Orthoptera (crickets and grasshoppers) Order: Plecoptera (stoneflies) Order: Grylloblattodea (rock crawlers) Order: Phasmotodea (stick and leaf insects)
    • Order: Psocoptera (barklice and booklice)Order: Phthiraptera (parasitic lice)Order: Hemiptera (bugs)Order: Thysanoptera (thrips)Order: Megaloptera (dobsonflies and alderflies)Order: Rapdhidioptera (snakeflies)Order: Neuroptera (antlions and lacewings)Order: Coleoptera (beetles)Order: Strepsiptera (strepsipterans)Order: Mecoptera (scorpionflies)Order: Siphonaptera (fleas)Order: Diptera (flies)Order: Trichoptera (caddisflies)Order: Lepidoptera (moths and butterflies)Order: Hymenoptera (bees, wasps, ants, sawflies
    • Order: Dermaptera (earwigs)Order: Mantodea (mantids)Order: Blattodea (cockroaches)Order: Isoptera (termites)Order: Embioptera (web-spinners)Order: Zoraptera (angel insects)