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DIPTERA VS. HYMENOPTERA DIPTERA INCLUDES ‘FLIES’, MOSQUITOS, CRANE FLIES 1 PAIR OF WINGS 1 PAIR OF HALTERS POINTY MOUTH HYMENOPTERA INCLUDES BEES, WASPS, ANTS, SAWFLIES 2 PAIRS OF WINGS CONSTRICTED WAIST BITING MOUTH
ASILIDAE (ROBBER FLY)
SYRPHIDAE (FLOWER FLY)
TEPHRITIDAE (FRUIT FLY)
TENTHENEDINIDAE (SAW FLY)
ICHNEUMONIDAE (ICHNEUMON WASP)
MUTILLIDAE (VELVET ANT)
COLLETIDAE (PLASTER BEE)
HALICTIDAE (ALKALI BEE)
LEPIDOPTERA Have scales on their large wings Have a slender proboscis Adults: Feed on Pollen Larvae (Caterpillars): Feed on plants
HESPERIDAE (SKIPPERS) Have stout bodies Triangular wings held at angle Neither butterfly nor moth Eyes/antennae set wide
PAPILLIONIDAE (SWALLOWTAILS Have distinctive wings Caterpillars have distinctive ‘Y’ Very bold coloration
SATURNIDAE Very large moths Brightly Colored Wings held flat Feathery antennae
COLEOPTERA Forwings hardened into elytra Usually meet in middle May be fused Chewing mouthparts
What is an insect? Taxonomy: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Physical Features: Hard exoskeleton (adults), 6 legs, 3-part body, 2 antennae.
Entomology 101 Orders of Insects II David J. Shetlar, Ph.D. The “BugDoc” The Ohio State University, OARDC & OSU Extension Columbus, OH © Sept, 2009, D.J.
Insects Around Us Science Unit 4 Ms. Medina's 5 th Grade Class.
Common insect orders. Insects are the most species- rich group of organisms on earth as indicated in this species-scape. The size of the organism reflects.
Insect classification If present, number and type.
Immature Insects Rick Story, Department of Entomology.
Major Orders of Insects. 1. Grasshopper, cricket, roach, mantid 2. true bug 3. cicadas or leaf or plant hopper 4. beetle 5. fly 6. ant, bee or wasp 7.
Common Insect Orders Insect Collection. What are Insects??? 0 Common Features of Insects : 0 Three main body parts—head, thorax, abdomen 0 Three pairs.
Insects and Their Relatives Section Insect diversity The largest group of animals Four important orders: Coleoptera – ‘shield-winged’ like beetles.
Welcome to “Bug” Week Test scores, not terrible Snack Bar reminder Bug Day is Friday! Use the laptops to get vocabulary and chart done Lab (sketches) and.
Hymenoptera: wasps, bees, ants etc. as well as the sawflies and horntails (wood wasps) mouth parts are variable complete metamorphosis 2 pr. of membranous.
Major Orders of Insects. Coleoptera “Sheath – winged” 2 pairs of wings (front pair covers transparent back pair) Heavy armored exoskeleton Biting and.
Recognizing Insects Orders in the Garden Bugs are not going to inherit the earth they own it now so we might as well make peace with the landlord. T. Eisner.
Insects Insects, Insect Body Parts, Insect Life Cycles.
Common Insect Orders Adapted from Berkeley Natural History Museums lesson “A Quick Way to Identify Common Insect Orders”
Ordinal Characteristics: (1) chewing mouthparts but the bees also suck nectar (2) complete metamorphosis (3) adults have two pairs of membranous wings.
Insects & Diseases. Kingdom Phylum Class > Order Family Genus Species Remember the classification scheme?
Insect Taxonomic By: Martavious Jennings. Insect orders Ephemeroptera Odonata Blattaria Isoptera Dermatptera Orthoptera Phasmida Hemiptera.
Question of the day… Finish Berlese Quiz Friday, April 18th 2008.
Ento slide show Odanata Chewing mouthparts, incomplete metamorphosis, two pairs of similar wings.
Body Parts of a Butterfly Head –Proboscis –Eyes –Antennae Thorax –Wings –Legs Abdomen.
Ordinal Characteristics: (1) mouthparts often piercing-sucking, sometimes sponging or lapping, sometimes not functional (2) complete metamorphosis (3)
Ex. Commensalism A fish in anemeni Ex. of Mutualism A bee getting pollin out a flower.
INSECTS HOLT CH PG INSECT CHARACTERISTICS Share similar body plan.
The Butterfly Song The First Stage of the butterfly is the egg.
Order Ephemeroptera: Elongated abdomen with two or three tail filaments. Two pair of membrane wings bristle-like antennae Mayflies Order Odonata:
Entomology Modified by Ms. Rouse 2013 Entomology: The study of insects.
Bugs Count by the Natural History Museum Invertebrate Picture Quiz © OPAL All rights reserved. Photos by Harry Taylor unless stated otherwise.
Insect Classification. Insects are members of the Phylum Arthropoda (jointed foot) Five important extant Classes of Arthropods are arachnids, chilopods,
What Is a Butterfly What Is a Butterfly By Tomara Austin.
Insect Characteristics Rainier Jr/Sr High School Advanced Life Science Mr. Taylor.
Butterfly Hosted by Mrs. Anderson © Don Link, Indian Creek School, 2004 Jeopardy.
American Cockroach Blattodea – Simple - Chew Lepid, Cole, Dip, Hymen, Hemip & Blattodea Insect ID #2.
Photo by Joel Trick. Insects in the world Most successful animals Make up 2 out of three living things With other arthropods make up over 75% of all.
INSECT CLASSIFICATION KIND PHILLIP CAME OVER FOR GOOD SPAGHETTI !!!
- Buckeye Butterfly Lepidoptera Sucking Complete Lepid, Cole, Dip, Hymen & Hemip Insect ID.
Bugs for Birds! Insects, their characteristics, other Arthropods and birds that eat bugs.
CLASSIFICATION All living things are diveided into large and then into smaller grups.
Insects in the world Most successful animals Make up 2 out of three living things With other arthropods make up over 75% of all animals Have been around.
What is an insect? air breathing animal hard jointed exoskeleton in the adult, a body divided into three parts the head with one pair of antennae
By Nada Abudawood. What is Lepidoptera? The INSECTA is divided into approximately 24 groups called ORDERS and Butterflies and moths belong to the Order.
Introduction to Arthropod & Insect Diversity. Scientific Classification Kingdom General specific Class Division/Phylum species Order Family Genus.
Insect Hunters Insect Busters Who Ya Gonna Call?.
Insect Life Cycles Looking at the Moth and Bee. A Quick Review… What is an insect? An insect has an exoskeleton and has: a body with three parts segmented.
ORDER DIPTERA Reduced hind wings Suction mouths Larvae called maggots.
Challenge #3 Can you identify the orders into which insects are classified? T. Trimpe 2008
Stingers & Ants Entomology CDE. Order- Hymenoptera Bald-faced hornet Bumble bee Carpenter bee European Hornet Honey bee Ichneumon wasp Mud dauber wasp.
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