Insects: Springtails, Wasps and Bees Video Part 1

Video title: Insects Part 1

Watch this video entitled Insects, Springtails, Wasps and Bees Part 1. Discover characteristics of Arthropods, and those characteristics specific to insects

With this title you will look at the characteristics that pertain to Arthropods, and those characteristics that are specific to insects, the largest group of Arthropods. You will examine a number of different subclasses of insect that belong to the orders Apteryggota and Exoperygota.


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Insects: Springtails, Wasps and Bees Video Part 1. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Species of Insects. Learn about Insects. Survey the members of the phylum Arthropoda, from the primitive and sprightly springtails to the social insects.
  • Cite the scientific names of 22 orders of insects and identify species of insects belonging to each of those orders.
  • Gain an introduction to springtails, silverfish, dragonflies, damselflies, mayflies, grasshoppers, katydids, crickets, cockroaches, mantises, termites, earwigs, stoneflies, cicadas, aphids, beetles, moths, butterflies, mosquitoes, fleas, ants, wasps, and bees.
  • Describe the basic features of arthropods and identify the ways in which insects differ from other classes of arthropods.
  • Explain the ways in which endopterygotes differ from other orders of insects.
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