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Unformatted text preview: 1 Order, Please Preview of Order, please…. • 6 insect orders • 4 types of insect development (p. 24 of your sourcebook) • In pp 1-12 as they describe the orders of insects they discuss features of each order; wings, mouthpart types, legs, etc. • Orthoptera = “straight wing • Hemiptera = “half wing” • Coleoptera = “sheath wing” • Diptera = “two wing” • Hymenoptera = “ membrane wing” • Lepidoptera = “scale wing” 2 Order name Com mon name exam ple # win gs Type of development (metamorph osis) Special identifyi ng features Types of mouth parts Hemipter a Orthopte ra* Coleopte ra Diptera Hymeno ptera Lepidopt era Study aid for learning your insect orders: Complete this chart as we go along; make sure you keep up with the orders you need to know for each exam. If you get stumped on one of these categories ask your TA Classes Divided Into Orders • Each Class in each Phylum is divided into orders; for example: • Class Arachnida – Order Scorpiones • Scorpions – Order Uropygi • Whip scorpions – Order Araneae • Spiders – Order Opiliones • Harvestmen – Order Acari • Mites, ticks, chiggers 31 Orders of Insects 1. Protura 2. Col embola 3. Diplura 4. Microcoryphia 5. Thysanura 6. Ephemeroptera 7. Odonata 8. Plecoptera 9. Orthoptera 10. Phasmatodea 11. Gryl oblattaria 12. Mantophasmatodea 13. Dermaptera 14. Embioptera 15. Zoraptera 16. Isoptera 17. Mantodea 18. Blattodea 19. Hemiptera 20. Thysanoptera 21. Psocoptera 22. Phthiraptera 23. Coleoptera 24. Neuroptera 25. Hymenoptera 26. Trichoptera 27. Lepidoptera 28. Siphonaptera 29. Mecoptera 30. Strepsiptera 31. Diptera 3 6 Orders You Need to Know (#species) • Orthoptera (20,000+) – Grasshoppers, katydids, crickets • Hemiptera(35,000) – True bugs • Coleoptera(350,000) – Beetles • Lepidoptera(150,000) – Butterflies, moths • Hymenoptera(115,000) – Bees, ants, wasps • Diptera(150,000+) – Flies Orthoptera – technically has been divided up • Mantodea = praying mantids • Phasmatodea = walking sticks • Blattodea = cockroaches...
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course ENTO 2003 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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