Insect

Generic placeholder image

Anisoptera

Anisoptera


Dragonflies


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Blattodea

Blattodea


Cockroaches and Termites


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Butterfly

Butterfly


A butterfly is a usually day-flying insect of the order Lepidoptera. They are grouped together in the suborder Rhopalocera. Butterflies are closely related to moths, from which they evolved.


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Coleoptera

Coleoptera


Beetles


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Dermaptera

Dermaptera


Earwig


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Diptera

Diptera


Flies


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Embioptera

Embioptera


Webspinners


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Ephemeroptera

Ephemeroptera


Haften or One-day Flies


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Hemiptera

Hemiptera


True Bugs


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Hymenoptera

Hymenoptera


Sawflies, Wasps, Bees, and Ants.


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Mantodea

Mantodea


Mantises


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Moth

Moth


Moths comprise a group of insects related to butterflies, belonging to the order Lepidoptera. Most lepidopterans are moths, and there are thought to be approximately 160,000 species of moth,


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Neuroptera

Neuroptera


Net-winged Insects


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Orthoptera

Orthoptera


Grasshoppers, Locusts and Crickets


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Psocoptera

Psocoptera


Booklice, Barklice or Barkflies


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Thysanoptera

Thysanoptera


Thrips


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Trichoptera

Trichoptera


Caddisfly


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Zygentoma

Zygentoma


Silverfish or Fishmoths, and Firebrats


View details »

Generic placeholder image

Zygoptera

Zygoptera


Damselflies


View details »