OBBN Training Course. Bug Identification (27-group coarse level). Objectives. Detail the diagnostic characters of groups forming the minimum required taxonomic resolution for the OBBN Show many specimens from each group to provide an understanding of the variability within groups
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Bug Identification(27-group coarse level)
Correspondence analysis (CA) ordination summary: 100-count data, log transformed. Samples processed by students; invertebrates identified by students and by Jones. 2004 data, unpublished (courtesy of Martha Nicol, Saugeen Valley
Knowledge of classification up to phylum is required for the OBBN/CABIN database
Adults with single pair of wings
May have parapods, pseudopodia, creeping welts or other appendages, but no jointed thoracic legs