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Zoology Project. By Ricky Davis. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Hexapoda. Species of Hexapoda. Wasps Butterflies Praying Mantis Scorpion Flies Twisted winged parasites

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zoology project
Zoology Project
  • By Ricky Davis
kingdom animalia phylum arthropoda subphylum hexapoda
Kingdom: Animalia

Phylum: Arthropoda

Subphylum: Hexapoda

species of hexapoda
Species of Hexapoda
  • Wasps
  • Butterflies
  • Praying Mantis
  • Scorpion Flies
  • Twisted winged parasites
  • All of these species share common characteristics like 6 legs divided into 3 sections of the body, The head, thorax, and abdomen.
special adaptations
SPECIAL adaptations
  • Insects have adapted to communicate in different ways, most hexapoda have antennas that they use to sense movement and communicate with other Hexapoda
  • Other insects, such as beetles, that do not have antennas have adapted to communicate by flapping and rubbing their wings together.
  • A lot of insects have developed wings which help to avoid predators and discover new habitats.
  • Insect larva eat different food then adult insects, because they need different nutrients to mature.
  • All hexapoda have 3 pairs of jointed legs that carry them around,
  • Insects are found virtually everywhere in the world except marine areas, some have even been known to live in freshwater regions.
fun facts
Fun Facts
  • Hexapoda is Greek for 6 legs.
  • There are more than 900,000 species of Hexapoda.
  • Insects have been present for about 350 million years.
  • Insects don’t have noses.
  • The blood of insects is generally yellow.
  • http://userwww.sfsu.edu/biol240/labs/lab_20insects/pages/insectadapt.html
  • http://www.mindcreators.com/insectlocomotion.htm