05 Classification 1st Orders

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TFTD: Classification Classification : Noun. Etymology, French. 1 : the act or process of classifying 2 : systematic arrangement in groups or categories according to established criteria ; specifically taxonomy
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Classification Systematics (~taxonomy) is the classification and naming of organisms and involves their historical or evolutionary relationships
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How can we classify all these types?
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Yellow Orange Red
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Order Lepidoptera Order Coleoptera Order Hymenoptera butterflies moths Order Heteroptera Order Diptera Order Acari Ant mimic Ant mimic wasp mimic wasp mimic
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Who to blame: Carolus Linnaeus (1707-1778) Typological species concept
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Species Concept A good working definition for this is… “the smallest grouping of organisms capable of reproduction and the production of fertile offspring.”
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Species Name The name of a species is binomial . It’s a two-part name - the first is the genus and the second is the species o Examples: Heliothis zea Boddie Bemisia argentifolii Bellows and Perring Ceratitis capitata (Weidemann)
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Latin Names:
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