Basic Entomology Ch. 9
- Nicholls State University
- Agricultural Education
- Agricultural Education 101
- Steve Nugent
- Basic Entomology Ch. 9
Last Modified: 2011-05-27
using binomial nomenclature
they are listed in groups based on similarities and types of development
*3 body regions
*3 pairs of legs
*1 pair of antennae
*and 1 or 2 pairs of wings (usually 2)
egg, nymph (look like adults but no wings), and adult
Examples: stink bugs and grasshoppers
egg, larva, pupa, and adult
Examples: Butterflies and houseflies
-Aphids -Cinch Bugs
-Spider Mites (not insects) -Scales
-Whiteflies -Fire Ants
-Thirps -Lace Bugs
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