The Insects - Test 2

The Insects Test 2 - Topic 8 True flies belong to the order Diptera Order in which the wings of most species are covered with scales Lepidoptera

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Topic 8 True flies belong to the order: Diptera Order in which the wings of most species are covered with scales: Lepidoptera The type of metamorphosis of insects in the order Diptera: Holometabola The order to which the bees, wasps, and ants belong: Hymenoptera The order in which the larvae have abdominal prolegs and crochets: Lepidoptera Neuroptera have which type of metamorphosis? Holometabola Fleas have what type of mouthparts? piercing-sucking Insects in the order Siphonaptera have what type of metamorphosis? Holometabola Which of the following is more true for moths than it is for butterflies: antennae furry or comb-like The order in which most species have siphoning mouthparts: Lepidoptera Dobsonflies belong to the order: Neuroptera The order of insects that transmit bubonic plague is: Siphonaptera Beetles belong to the order: Coleoptera The order in which the larvae have abdominal prolegs with crochets: Lepidoptera The order that belongs to the series Endopterygota and contains only wingless species:
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2009 for the course ENY 2040 taught by Professor Hall during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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The Insects Test 2 - Topic 8 True flies belong to the order Diptera Order in which the wings of most species are covered with scales Lepidoptera

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