Chapter 21. Mecoptera-Scorpion Flies

Scorpion Flies. This is a relatively small order of insects that a thought to be closely related to fleas. They are somewhat fly-like in appearance, being small to medium-sized insects with long slender bodies and narrow membranous wings. Most breed in moist environments such as leaf litter or moss, and the eggs may not hatch until the wet season arrives.

Chapter 18. Bees, Wasps and Ants

Hornets, Yellow Jackets, Paper Wasps. Being true social insects, these critters have a well-developed caste system.  In a typical mature wasp nest there are many workers and one or more kings and queens.  Unlike some of the other social insects discussed in this CD, there are fewer differences in the appearance of each caste.

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Chapter 1

1. There are more species of insects than there are species of all other plants and animals combined.