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1 ARTHROPODA INSECTA EMILIE ARBOUR MICHAELA PEACE ALLIE PENROSE JENNIFER YOUNG

2 INTRODUCTION  Kingdom: Animalia  Phylum: Arthropoda  Subphylum: Mandibulata  Class: Hexapoda or Insecta  90% of arthropods are insects  Approximately 1 million insect species

3 EVOLUTION  Fossils from 350 mya had wings and were fully insects  Modern groups found 300 mya  280 mya modern groups are dominant  65 mya nearly all modern orders known

4 EVOLUTION  Legs as locomotive aids  Clustered into head, thorax and abdomen  Disappeared or modified limbs

5 EVOLUTION  Wings grew from gill-like apparatuses  Compound eyes – one of the earliest identifiers

6 SUBCLASSES  DIVIDED INTO 2 SUBCLASSES & 31 ORDERS  APTERYGOTA  Wingless insects  5 orders  ~ 5425 species  Example: Silverfish  PTERYGOTA  Winged and secondarily wingless insects  26 orders  ~ 949,770 species  Example: Grasshopper

7 CHARACTERISTICS  Bilateral Symmetry  Segmented Bodies  Head, Thorax, and Abdomen  Simple and Compound Eyes  Exoskeleton  Advantages and Disadvantages  Jointed Appendages  Legs and Antennae  Cold Blooded

8 CHARACTERISTICS  Circulatory System  Respiratory System  Digestive System  Nervous System

9 REPRODUCTION  Mainly sexual reproduction  Hatch from eggs  Two types of development: complete and incomplete metamorphosis.

10 COMPLETE METAMORPHOSIS

11  Egg, Larva, Pupa, Adult.  Larva and adult live in totally different habitats.  90% of insects go through Complete Metamorphosis.

12 INCOMPLETE METAMORPHOSIS

13  Three Stages: egg, nymph, adult  Ex. Mayflies and dragon flies.

14 MOSQUITO  Order: Diptera  Life span: 2 weeks-6 months  Habitat  Carry Deadly Diseases  Anopheles  Culex  Aedes  Blood suckers

15 FUN FACTS  Ants can carry 50 times there weight  For every human about 1 million ants  Usually only male cricket chirps  1% are harmful to humans  THEY CAN BE GOOD!  Products  Honey  Jewelry  Agriculture  Pollination  Pest control

16 WORKS CITED o "Phylum: Arthropods, Class: Insecta - Animal Biology Spring 2010." Phylum: Arthropods, Class: Insecta - Animal Biology Spring N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Mar https://sites.google.com/site/animalbiologyspring2010/insects> o "Insects." INSECTS. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Mar http://www.mcwdn.org/Animals/Insect.html>. o "THE TiDE CHAsER: Insects (Phylum Arthropoda: Class Insecta) of Singapore." THE TiDE CHAsER: Insects (Phylum Arthropoda: Class Insecta) of Singapore. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Mar http://tidechaser.blogspot.ca/2013/06/insects-insecta- singapore.html>. o "Animal Diversity Web." Animal Diversity Web. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Mar http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/Insecta/>. o "Phylum Arthropoda: The Arthropods." Phylum Arthropoda: The Arthropods. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 Mar http://chsweb.lr.k12.nj.us/mstanley/outlines/animals/arthropods/ar thropods.htm>.

17 WORKS CITED CONTINUED o Insects. (n.d.). INSECTS. Retrieved from o Characteristics of the Phylum Arthropoda. (n.d.). Retrieved from o Thanukos, Anna. (n.d.). Inherited Characteristics. The Arthropod Story. Retrieved from o University of Edinburgh. (n.d.). Class Insecta. Natural History Collections: Insecta. Retrieved from o Cornell University. (n.d.). A Complete List of the 31 Living Insect Orders. Retrieved from https://courses.cit.cornell.edu/ent201/content/insect_orders.pdf https://courses.cit.cornell.edu/ent201/content/insect_orders.pdf o Carter, J.. (n.d.). Phylum Arthropoda. Biology at Clermont College. Retrieved from o University of Arizona. (n.d.). Arthropod Information. Using Live Insects. Retrieved from o Klappenbach, Laura. (n.d.). Facts About Arthropods. About.com Animals/Wildlife. Retrived from o Phylum: Arthropods, Class: Insecta. Animal Biology Spring (n.d.). Retrieved from https://sites.google.com/site/animalbiologyspring2010/insects https://sites.google.com/site/animalbiologyspring2010/insects o Evolution of the insecta. (n.d.). Retrieved from o The evolution of flight. (1996, March). Retrieved from o The evolution of the insect form. (1996, March). Retrieved from o Bijlmaker, H. (2014). Good Insects. Insects. Retrieved from o Facts about insects. (2009). Strange and interesting facts.Retrieved from o Mosquito.(2014). National Geographic. Retrieved from o Mosquito Habitats.(2014). Mosquito. Orkin. Retrieved from

18 PICTURE SOURCES   portfolio/grade-6/  uitos-kill-them-with-fire/  animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/bugs/mosquito/    entomology-podcast.html  h-and-firebrats/  s/grasshopper-wallpaper-03.html


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