Hexapod Orders

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CharacteristicsOrders
eyeless, wingless, furca, collophore
wingless, eyeless, terminal cerci
eyeless, wingless, no antennae
wingless, three terminal cerci, humped thorax
wingless, flattened, three terminal cerci
large triangular forewings, small hindwings, leaf-like adomenal gills in nymphs
unhinged wings, extensible labial and terminal leaf-like or rectal gills in nymphs
2 terminal filaments, wings flat on back, gills hair-like or absent in nymphs
terminal forceps, leathery fore wings and overlapping hind wings
swollen silk glands in basal fore tarsus
9 segmented antennae, short and swollen 11 segmented abdomen
hind legs often enlarged for jumping
stick or leaf-like appearance, enlongated legs
wingless, stout coxae, sometimes found on ice or snow
wingless, fore- and mid legs raptorial, distal tarsomeres held upright
raptorial fore legs, long prothorax, triangular head
large and sheild-like pronotum, leathery fore wings
CharacteristicsOrders
colonies with all castes containing both sexes, reproductives have 2 pairs long and equal-sized wings
wings roof-like at rest, enlarged cypeus
dorsoventrally flattened, wingless, ectoparasites, feet adapted for grasping
feeding tube formed form three stylets, fringe on wings, terminally tampered abdomen
rostrum directed posteriorly at rest, wings absent or overlap at tip
highly veinous wings and chewing mouthparts in adults, piercing/sucking mouthparts in larva
multiple filaments on larval abdomens, huge mouthparts in nonfeeding adults
long and snake-like prothorax, wings always present in adults
often heavily armored by nonoverlapping hardened fore wings, fly poorly with hind wings
males fore wings reduced to halteres, females wingless and remain host
hind wings reduced to halteres, larvae lack jointed appendages
elongated rostrum, male abdomen sometimes having terminal claspers held upright, larvae usually having a single terminal pair of prolegs
laterally compressed ectoparasites, mouthparts piercing and sucking, backwardly directed setae and spines
larvae often case forming, hairy wings held roof-like at rest
scales on wings, most have long coiled proboscis, jointed legs and multiple pairs of prolegs in larvae
fore and hing wings coupled by hooks, some species have constriction between 1st and 2nd abdominal segment

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