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Introduction to Insects

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Introduction to Insects

Publisher: Wikipedia

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Contents: Insect; Insect physiology; Insect morphology; Blattodea - Cockroaches; Coleoptera - Beetles; Dermaptera - Earwigs; Diptera - Flies; Ephemeroptera - Mayflies; Hemiptera - True Bugs, Cicadas, Hoppers, Aphids, etc; Hymenoptera - Ants, Bees, Wasps, and Sawflies; Isoptera - Termites; Lepidoptera - Butterflies and Moths; Mantodea - Mantis; Neuroptera - Lacewings and Antlions; Odonata - Damselflies and Dragonflies; Phasmatodea - Stick Insects; Phthiraptera - Lice; Plecoptera - Stoneflies; Orthoptera - Grasshoppers, Crickets, Katydids; Siphonaptera - Fleas.

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