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The Animal Kingdom: Where Insects Fit InKingdom: AnimaliaAnimaliaPhylum: PROTOZOA

PORIFERA COELENTERATAPLATYHELMINTHESNEMATHELMINTHESTROCHELMINTHESBRACHIOPODABRYOZOAMOLLUSCAECHINODERMATAANNELIDAONYCHOPHORAARTHROPODACHORDATA

single celled animalsspongesjellyfish, hydroids, corals, sea anenomesflatwormsroundwormsrotifersbrachiopodsmoss animalsmolluscs (e.g. clams, snails, octipi)starfish, sea urchins, crinoids, sea cucumbersearthworms, leeches, marine wormsonychophora (e.g. Peripatus)insects, arachnids, crustaceans, millipedes, centipedesfishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals

Phylum: ARTHROPODA = INSECTS AND THEIR RELATIVES5 Major Living Classes

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TRILOBITA! Trilobites - extinct, known from fossils onlyCHELICERATA Arachnida - spiders, scorpions, mites, ticks, etc Xiphosura - horseshoe crabs Pycnogonida - sea spiders Eurypterida - extinct, fossils onlyMANDIBULATA Crustacea - crabs, shrimp, sowbugs, copepods, barnacles, amphipods Diplopoda - millipedes Chilopoda - centipedes Pauropoda - pauropods Symphyla - similar to centipedes Insecta - beetles, butterflies, wasps, flies, termites, grasshoppers, etc.

Order:Order: There are 30 major Orders of the Class INSECTA:There are 30 major Orders of the Class INSECTA:There are 30 major Orders of the Class INSECTA:Protura - proturansCollembola - springtailsDiplura - dipluransThysanura - bristletails, silverfishEphameroptera - mayfliesOdonata - dragonflies, damselfliesOrthoptera -grasshoppers, katydidsMantodea - mantidsBlattodea - cockroachesPhasmatodea - walkingsticks

Protura - proturansCollembola - springtailsDiplura - dipluransThysanura - bristletails, silverfishEphameroptera - mayfliesOdonata - dragonflies, damselfliesOrthoptera -grasshoppers, katydidsMantodea - mantidsBlattodea - cockroachesPhasmatodea - walkingsticks

Dermaptera - earwigsIsoptera - termitesEmbioptera - webspinnersPlecoptera - stonefliesZorabptera - zorapteransPsocoptera - psocidsMallophaga - chewing liceAnoplura - sucking liceThysanoptera - thripsHemiptera - true bugs

Homoptera - cicadas, plant hoppers, aphidsNeuroptera - lacewings, antlionsColeoptera - beetlesStrepsiptera - twisted-winged parasitesMecoptera - scorpionfliesTrichoptera - caddisfliesLepidoptera - butterflies, mothsDiptera - fliesSiphonoptera - fleasHymentoptera - ants, wasps, bees

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El Reino Animal: En Donde los Insectos se IncluyenReino: AnimalAnimalPylum: PROTOZOA

PORIFERA COELENTERATAPLATYHELMINTHESNEMATHELMINTHESTROCHELMINTHESBRACHIOPODABRYOZOAMOLLUSCAECHINODERMATAANNELIDAONYCHOPHORAARTHROPODACHORDATA

animales unicelularesesponjasmeudsas, hidrozoarias, corales, anemonasgusanos planosgusanos redondosrotifrosbraquiopodosanimales que viven en el musgomoluscos (por ejemplo: almejas, corales, pulpos)estrella de mar, erizo de mar, crinoideos, pepinos de marlombrices de tierra, sanguijuelas, gusanos marinosonicoforos (por ejemplo: Peripatus)insectos, aracnidos, crustaceos, chilopodos, diplopodospeces, amfibios, reptiles, aves y mamiferos

Phylum: ARTHROPODA = Los Insectos y sus Parientes5 Grandes Clases

Subphylum:Clase:

Subphylum:Clase:

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TRILOBITA! Trilobites - extintos se conocen solo fosilesCHELICERATA Arachnida - araas, escorpiones, aradores, garrapatas, etc Xiphosura - cazuelitas de mar Pycnogonida - araas de mar Eurypterida - extintos, unicamente en fosilesMANDIBULATA Crustacea - cangrejos, camarones, cochinillas, copepodos, percebes, amfipodos Diplopoda - milpies Chilopoda - cienpies Pauropoda - pauropods Symphyla - similares a los cienpies Insecta - escarabajos, mariposas, avispas, moscas, termitas, grillos, etc.

Orden:Orden: Hay 30 Ordens de la Clase INSECTA:Hay 30 Ordens de la Clase INSECTA:Hay 30 Ordens de la Clase INSECTA:Protura - proturosCollembola - colembolosDiplura - diplurosThysanura - ThysanurosEphameroptera - cachipollaOdonata - libelulas, caballitos del diabloOrthoptera -saltamontes, esperanzasMantodea - mantasBlattodea - cucarachasPhasmatodea - cuerpo de palo

Protura - proturosCollembola - colembolosDiplura - diplurosThysanura - ThysanurosEphameroptera - cachipollaOdonata - libelulas, caballitos del diabloOrthoptera -saltamontes, esperanzasMantodea - mantasBlattodea - cucarachasPhasmatodea - cuerpo de palo

Dermaptera - tijeretasIsoptera - termitasEmbioptera - animales que tejen telaPlecoptera - moscas de las piedrasZorabptera - zorapterosPsocoptera - psocopterosMallophaga - piojosAnoplura - piojos de hummanos Thysanoptera - tripsHemiptera - chinches

Homoptera - cicadas, pulgones, afidosNeuroptera - hprmiga leonColeoptera - escarabajosStrepsiptera - twisted-winged parasitesMecoptera - moscas escorpionTrichoptera - polillasLepidoptera - mariposas, palomillasDiptera - moscasSiphonoptera - pulgasHymentoptera - hormigas, avispas, abejas

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