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Order Phasmatodea Minor pest/invasive Tend to be long, thin Legs evenly spaced Long thorax
VERY tiny May be wingless or have 4 wings Feed on bark May also feed on books. Order Psocoptera (book lice, bark lice)
Order Mallophaga (chewing lice) Feed on flakes of skin, feathers, hairs Most feed on birds, but some also mammals Flattened bodies, with heads larger than thorax
Order Anoplura (Sucking Lice) THE lice Suck the blood of mammals Very tiny head, smaller than thorax Wingless, broad/flattened bodies
Functionally diverse ALL have a sucking ‘beak’ Most have wings, distinctive Includes: Water Skimmers, Assassin Bugs, Stink Bugs, Harlequin Bugs, Bed Bugs and many many many more.
Hemiptera: Corixidae Water Boatmen Feed on algae Tiny forelegs scoop food into mouth Large hindlegs
Hemiptera: Notonectidae Backswimmers Upside down Large hind legs Small predatory for and mid legs
LiceLice Amal Almuhanna Order :Phthiraptera (lice) Identification Small, flattened & wingless Short stout legs; end in strong claws Permanent ectoparasites.
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All fish only live in water They all get oxygen through their gills All fish are cold blooded Most fish have scales Most of them lay eggs without shells.
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