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Collecting and preserving insects
Classification of insects
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abdomen absent adult anal cell antennae ants aphids APOCRITA basal bees beetles biting body bristles Britain British species bugs bush crickets butterflies caddis flies caterpillars cerci claws clubbed antennae cockroaches cocoon colour compound eyes contains Contd costal coxae cross vein developed Diptera distinguished dragonflies eggs elytra Fabr feed female flattened fleas frenulum front legs front wing gall genus grasshoppers groove hairs hairy head hind wings hoppers host Hymenoptera known labium lacewings larvae larvae live leaf Lepidoptera lice mainly male mandibles maxillae mayflies membranous moths mouth-parts Nematocera nest normally nymphs ocelli Order ovipositor pairs palps parasites pests plant Plate pollen pollen basket proboscis pronotum prothorax psocids pupa pupate queen recognised rest rostrum sawfly sclerite scutellum short slender small insects spines stoneflies stout SUB-ORDER Superfamily surface suture tarsal segment tegulae thorax tibiae usually venation wasps wingless workers