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Invertebrate Zoology Lecture 19: Phylum Arthropoda, Part 3 Subphylum Hexapoda!

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1 Invertebrate Zoology Lecture 19: Phylum Arthropoda, Part 3 Subphylum Hexapoda!

2 Hexapoda features

3 Order Thysaneura: silverfish Ectognathous apterygotes Ectognathous apterygotes Photo: Jeffrey Hahn, 2006, University of Minnesota

4 Paleopterous exopterygotes Paleopterous: wings cannot fold over abdomen Paleopterous: wings cannot fold over abdomen Exopterygotes: Incomplete metamorphosis Exopterygotes: Incomplete metamorphosis Wings develop on outside Wings develop on outside More adult-like with each molt More adult-like with each molt No pupal form No pupal form

5 Incomplete metamorphosis

6 Order Odonata Order Anisoptera: Dragonflies Order Zygoptera: damselflies

7 Odonata: mating

8 Order Ephemeroptera: mayflies Images: Xerces Society

9 Neopterous exopterygotes Neopterous: wings can fold over abdomen Neopterous: wings can fold over abdomen Exopterygotes: Still with incomplete metamorphosis Exopterygotes: Still with incomplete metamorphosis

10 Order Plecoptera: stoneflies Image: Xerces Society Neopterous exopterygotes Neopterous exopterygotes

11 Order Orthoptera Suborder Caelifera Suborder Ensifera

12 Tympani Caelifera Caelifera Photo: Biodidac (Houseman) Photo: Biodidac (Houseman) Ensifera Ensifera Visions unlimited

13 Order Hemiptera

14 Order Hemiptera: Suborder Geocorisae Boxelder bug Photo: Peter Bryant

15 Order Hemiptera: Suborder Hydrocorisae Giant water bug Photo: Bruce Mancot Backswimmer

16 Order Hemiptera: Suborder Amphicorisae Water strider: Cirrius Images

17 Order Hemiptera: cotton stainer

18 Neopterous endopterygotes Neopterous: wings can fold over abdomen Neopterous: wings can fold over abdomen Endopterygotes: Complete metamorphosis Endopterygotes: Complete metamorphosis

19 Complete metamorphosis

20 Order Coleoptera Family Curculionidae: weevils Photo: Evans and Bellamy, An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles

21 Order Coleoptera Family Buprestidae: jewel beetles Photo: Evans and Bellamy, An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles

22 Order Coleoptera Family Carabidae: ground beetles Photo: Evans and Bellamy, An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles

23 Order Neuroptera Snakefly (Photos: Peter Bryant) Snakefly (Photos: Peter Bryant)

24 Order Diptera: flies! http://www.sccs.swarthmore.edu/users/03/cweiss/bugs/glossary.html

25 Order Triichoptera: caddisflies

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27 Order Lepidoptera Suborder Rhopalocera Butterflies and skippers (Western tiger swallowtail) Suborder Heterocera Moths (Mendocina Satrunia moth)

28 Order Lepidoptera Hair-pencil Photo: www.monarchwatch.org Androconia (monarch) naturenorth.com

29 Order Lepidoptera Fenders blue butterfly on Kincaids lupine Photo: Cheryl Schulz Oregon silverspot butterfly Photo: ODFW

30 Order Hymenoptera Suborder Symphyta (a horntail) Photo: Integrated Pest Management: Alaska Suborder Apocrita

31 Order Hymenoptera Wings held together by hamuli Wings held together by hamuli


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