Study your flashcards anywhere!

Download the official Cram app for free >

  • Shuffle
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Alphabetize
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Front First
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Both Sides
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
  • Read
    Toggle On
    Toggle Off
Reading...
Front

How to study your flashcards.

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

image

Play button

image

Play button

image

Progress

1/38

Click to flip

38 Cards in this Set

  • Front
  • Back

Collembola

-Springtail


-Amotabolis


-Chewing


-No wings


-forked furcula, tiny

Thysanura

-Silverfish


-Amotabolous


-Chewing


-No wings


-3 tail-like apendages, noctural

Ephemeroptera

-Mayflies


-Hemimotabolous


-Chewing


-2 pairs of clear, netted wings


-naiad, subimago

Odonata

-Dragonflies


-Hemimotabolous


-Chewing


-2 pairs of clear, netted wings; nodus on front pair


-short sataceous antennae, niad

Orthoptera

-Grasshopper/ Crickets


-Hemimotabolous


-Chewing


-0-2 pairs wings; parchment-like front wings, back wings clear


-large hind femur, ovipositer

Phasmatodea

-Walkingsticks


-Hemimotabolous


-Chewing


-0-2 pairs of wings


-scatter eggs on ground

Mantodea

-Mantids


-Hemimotabolous


-Chewing


-0-2 pairs of wings; tegmen


-prothorax with grasping front legs, female eats male after mating

Blattodea

-Cockroach


-Hemimotabolous


-Chewing


-0-2 pairs of wings; front tegmen, back wings clear


-cerci, ootheca

Dermoptera

-Earwig


-Hemimotabolous


-Chewing


-0-2 pairs of wings; front short and leathery, backs clear


-forcep-like cerci, eat decaying materials

Isoptera

-termite


-Hemimotabolous


-Chewing


-Only reproductives have 2 long pairs of wings


-eat wood, maniliform antennae


Phthiraptera

-Lice


-Hemimotabolous


-Chewing or piercing and sucking


-Wingless


-degenerate eyes, parasitic

Hemiptera

-Bugs, Cicadas/hoppers, aphids/scales


-Hemimotabolous


-Piercing and sucking


-0-2 pairs of wings;front clear and thick at the base, back clear


-triangular scutella

Thysanoptera

-Thrips


-Hemimotabolous


-Piercing and sucking


-0-2 pairs; narrow, clear fringed wings


-Very small, eat flowers

Siphonaptera

-fleas


-no wings


-holomatabolous


-Adult piercing and sucking, larvae chewing


-75% parasite to rodents


Coleoptera

-Beetles and weevils


-2 pairs; front wings are hard


-chewing


-Holomotabolous


-weevils have large snout


Tegmen

Parchment like front of wing


Ootheca

glued egg mass


Subimago

winged instar before adult stage; can't reproduce

nodus

notched or bent part in the middle of the front edge of wing

Linnaeus

Swedish naturalist known for classifing insects


-wings-present of absent; if present by the kind and structure


-kinds of mouthparts


-kinds of metamorphosis


Rocky Mt Locust

Extinct because of how much damage it did

cerci

tail


scutellum

triangular spot on bugs back

elytra

meet in line


Cantharidin

chemical secreted by a blister bug that easily kills horses and other livestock

Collophore

tubelike structure on the head

cootie

human body lice

dung beetle

lays egg in dung ball


Scarab


blister beetle

secretes cantharadin


beetle

chafer

larva are grubs


june bug


Scarab


cochineal scale

dried for red die

cottony cusion scale

damaged citrus fruits in the 1860's; managed by imported lady beetle

aphids

suck plant juice and transmit disease


-excretes honeydew that's eaten by ants

Ladybird beetles

most eat insects


ladybugs

cicada

egg punctures a twig which kills the twig


-nymph can live in soil for 4-17 years

desert locust

caused plague in egypt; migrates 500 miles

cotton flea hopper

eats cotton square

triatoma

transmits chagas disease