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What is a baby grasshopper called?
For how many years does a wasp colony use its nest?
'Diptera' is the order of insect with how many wings?
True or false: a tick is an insect.
True or False: Only female mosquitoes feed on blood.
The order Dermaptera refers to what kind of insect?
'Lepidoptera' refers to what sort of insect?
How many legs to adult insects have?
Which is NOT in the homoptera (sub)order: lightning bug, cicada, aphid?
'Bombus terrestris' and 'Apis laboriosa' refer to what kind of insect?
'Vespula vulgaris' refers to what kind of insect?
How many days does an adult mayfly live?
What type of insect will either play dead or emit a foul liquid to avoid being eaten?
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A cockroach's 'ootheca' refers to what?
Grasshoppers use their spiracles to do what?
What sort of material do carpenter ants nest in?
Where are a cricket's ears located?
Sphecius speciosus (sand hornets) kills what other kind of insect?
'Bee killer' refers to what kind of insect?
What is the scientific study of insects called?
Insects use Malpighian tubules for what purpose?
'Phototaxis' refers to nocturnal insects' attraction to what?
True or false: the Praying Mantis is an insect.
What kind of insect is a sausage fly?
Parthenogenesis: This is asexual reproduction, where eggs grow and develop without what?

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