Wild Florida Photo - Class: Insecta - Insects

Class: Insecta - Insects

Collier Co. FL 10/04/02Papilio glaucus
Florida Tiger Swallowtail
butterfly - top view

Members of the Insecta class at Wild Florida Photo

Blattodea - Cockroaches and Termites

American Cockroach - palmetto bug on wall
Periplaneta americana
American Cockroach

palmetto bug on wall

Coleoptera - beetles

Blister Beetle - side view
Nemognatha nemorensis
Blister Beetle

side view

The forewings are called elytra and are horny or leathery, typically meeting in a straight line down the center of the back. The membraneous hi ... more

Diptera - flies

Flower Fly - fly hanging on anther
Ocyptamus fuscipennis
Flower Fly

fly hanging on anther

Hemiptera - true bugs

Homoptera - cicadas, hoppers, whiteflies, aphids & scales

Hymenoptera - ants, bees, wasps and sawflies

Eastern Cicada Killer - face visible
Sphecius speciosus
Eastern Cicada Killer

face visible

Lepidoptera - butterflies and moths

Mantodea - mantids

Neuroptera - Antlions, Lacewings, and Allies

Odonata - dragonflies

dragonfly and damselflies on small log in Ocklawaha River

dragonfly and damselflies on small log in Ocklawaha River

Orthoptera - grasshoppers and kin

Phasmida - walkingsticks

unknown - unidentified insect order

Insecta is a member of the Hexapoda - hexapods - Subphylum

Other members of the Hexapoda subphylum

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