Entomology/Other insects

From Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Jump to: navigation, search

Table of Contents[edit]

Introduction[edit]

There are many kinds of insects that are not commonly seen in different parts of the world. Use the free Rove Pest Prediction Tool to see a basic display of which insects can be found throughout the U.S. during different months of the year.

Other Insects[edit]

This is an alphabetical list of currently recognized orders of insects.

  • Order: Blattodea - Cockroaches and termites
  • Order: Coleoptera - Beetles
  • Order: Dermaptera - Earwigs
  • Order: Diptera - Flies
  • Order: Embioptera - Web-spinners
  • Order: Ephemeroptera - Mayflies
  • Order: Hemiptera - True Bugs
  • Order: Hymenoptera - Bees, Wasps and Ants
  • Order: Lepidoptera - Butterflies and Moths
  • Order: Mantodea - Praying Mantids
  • Order: Mecoptera - Scorpionflies
  • Order: Megaloptera - Alderflies, Dobsonflies & Fishflies
  • Order: Microcoryphia - Archaeognatha
  • Order: Neuroptera - Lacewings, Antlions & Mantidflies
  • Order: Odonata - Dragonflies and Damselflies
  • Order: Orthoptera - Grasshoppers and Crickets
  • Order: Phasmatodea - Stick insects and Leaf insects
  • Order: Phthiraptera - Biting and Sucking lice
  • Order: Plecoptera - Stoneflies
  • Order: Psocoptera - Booklice and Barklice
  • Order: Raphidioptera - Snakeflies
  • Order: Siphonaptera - Fleas
  • Order: Strepsiptera - Strepsipterans
  • Order: Thysanoptera - Thrips
  • Order: Thysanura - Three-pronged bristletails
  • Order: Trichoptera - Caddisflies
  • Order: Zoraptera - Zorapterans