Swallowtail 30-XII
INSECTA
Amphiesmenoptera
 
 
Two-Tailed Swallowtail (Papilio multicaudata)



Chapter Outline
  1. Description of Insecta
  2. Classification of Insecta
  3. Archaeognatha & Zygentoma
  4. Pterygota
  5. Neoptera
  6. Orthopteroidea
  7. Orthoptera
  8. Paraneoptera
  9. Endopterygota
  10. Diptera
  11. Hymenoptera
  12. Lepidoptera and Trichoptera
  13. Coleoptera

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Intro. to Amphiesmenoptera


LEPIDOPTERA - BUTTERFLIES, MOTHS 

The order Lepidoptera contains the butterflies and moths. Butterflies tend to be diurnal (active in daylight) while moths are nocturnal (active at night). Butterflies also have clubbed antennae and lack the frenulum (a bristle that joins the two wings on each side together) that moths have.

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TRICHOPTERA - CADDISFLIES 

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