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Syllabus 1.5.2 Common Terrestrial Invertebrates Identification
2 Has it got legs? YesNo
3 Has it got a slimy flattened foot? YesNo
4 Has it got a shell? YesNo
5 It’s a SNAIL Start again
6 It’s a SLUG Start again
7 Is the body divided into segments? YesNo
8 It’s a ROUNDWORM Start again
9 Has it got more than 15 segments? YesNo
10 It’s an EARTHWORM Start again
11 It’s a MAGGOT (Fly larva) Start again
12 Has it got more than 6 legs? YesNo
13 Has it got more than 8 legs? YesNo
14 Has it got a one-part body? Yes OR Has it got a two-part body? YesYes
15 It’s a SPIDER Start again
16 Are the legs at least twice as long as the body? YesNo
17 It’s a HARVESTMAN Start again
18 It’s a MITE Start again
19 Has it got 6 true legs and 4 or more false legs? Yes OR Has it got many true legs and no false legs? YesYes
20 Has it got 5 or less pairs of false legs? Yes OR Has it got 6 or more pairs of false legs? YesYes
21 It’s a BUTTERFLY / MOTH LARVA (Caterpillar) Start again
22 It’s a SAWFLY LARVA Start again
23 Is it long and thin with many pairs of legs? Yes OR Is it oval with 6 or 7 pairs of legs? YesYes
24 It’s a WOODLOUSE Start again
25 Has it got 2 pairs of legs per segment? Yes OR Has it got 1 pair of legs per segment? YesYes
26 It’s a MILLIPEDE Start again
27 It’s a CENTIPEDE Start again
28 Has it got large back legs for jumping? YesNo
29 It’s a GRASSHOPPER / CRICKET Start again
30 Has it got a pair of pincers on it’s tail end? YesNo
31 It’s an EARWIG Start again
32 Is the abdomen formed of 2 hard wing cases joining in a line down the middle? YesNo
33 Are the wing cases rounded on top? Yes OR Do the wing cases meet in a ridge? Yes OR Are the wing cases diamond shaped with a clear patch at the end? YesYes
34 It’s a BEETLE Start again
35 It’s a LEAFHOPPER Start again
36 It’s a BUG Start again
37 Is the upper part of the abdomen covered in a short pair of wing cases? YesNo
38 Is the body shaped like a shield? Yes OR Is the body shaped like a bullet? Yes Yes
39 It’s a SHIELDBUG Start again
40 It’s a ROVE BEETLE Start again
41 Is it tiny, under 5mm long, with an appendage underneath that causes it to leap? YesNo
42 It’as a SPRINGTAIL Start again
43 Does it have obvious wings? YesNo
44 Does the body have a definite waist? YesNo
45 It’s an ANT Start again
46 Is the body very small and shaped like a tear drop? YesNo
47 It’s an APHID Start again
48 Are the antennae as long as the front legs and are there wing buds present? Yes OR Are the antennae short and there is no hint of wings? YesYes
49 It’s a BUG NYMPH Start again
50 It’s a BEETLE LARVA Start again
51 Are the wings covered in powdery scales? Yes OR Are the wings covered in hairs? Yes OR Are the wings smooth and perhaps transparent? YesYes
52 It’s a BUTTERFLY ? MOTH Start again
53 It’s a CADDIS FLY Start again
54 Are the legs very long – longer than the body? YesNo
55 It’s a FLY Start again
56 Are the antennae very short and stubby and hard to see, or even not present at all? YesNo
57 Are the wings large and held out horizontally like aeroplane wings when at rest? YesNo
58 It’s a DRAGONFLY Start again
59 Does it have 2 or 3 long tails at the end of the body? Yes OR Are there no tails? YesYes
60 It’s a MAYFLY Start again
61 Are the wings vertically over the body when at rest? Yes OR Are the wings folded like a tent over the body? Yes OR Are the wings held flat in a horizontal plane when at rest? YesYes
62 It’s a DAMSELFLY Start again
63 Are the wings held in a horizontal plane over the body when at rest? YesNo
64 Does the body have a distinct waist? YesNo
65 Does the body have black and yellow stripes? YesNo
66 It’s a WASP Start again
67 Are the antennae jointed in the middle, making them L-shaped? YesNo
68 Are both thorax and abdomen very furry? YesNo OR Is the thorax reasonably furry, but the abdomen less so? Yes YesNoYes
69 It’s a BUBBLEBEE Start again
70 It’s a BEE Start again
71 It’s a SAWFLY or a WOODWASP Start again
72 Is the body small and shaped like a teardrop? YesNo
73 Are the forewings larger than the hindwings? YesNo
74 It’s a PARASITIC WASP Start again
75 Are the veins in the wing mainly parallel? Yes OR Do the veins in the wing form a network? YesYes
76 It’s a LACEWING Start again
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