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  1. antlion/lacewing

    order: neuroptera
  2. dobsonfly

    order: megaloptera
  3. order: coleoptera

    hard outer wing is called elytra
  4. adephaga
    1st abdominal segment divided by hind coxae
  5. polyphaga
    1st abdominal segment not divided by hind coxae
  6. ground/tiger beetle

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: adephaga
    • family: carabidea
  7. whirligigbeetles

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: adaphaga
    • family: gyrinidae
  8. predaceous diving beetle

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: adephaga
    • family: dytiscidae
    • water scavenger beetle
    • maxillary palps longer than antennae

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: hydrophilidae
  9. carrion beetles

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: silphidae
  10. rove beetle

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: staphylinidae
  11. scarab beetle

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: scarabaeidae
  12. wood-boarding beetle

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: buprestidae
  13. click beetles

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: elateridae
  14. lightening bug

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: lampyridae
  15. soldier beetle

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: cantharidae
  16. carpet/museum beetle

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: dermestidae
  17. ladybird

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: coccinellidae
  18. long-horned beetle

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: cerambycidae
  19. leaf beetle

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: chrysomelidae
  20. weevils

    • order: coleoptera
    • suborder: polyphaga
    • family: curculionidae
  21. twisted wing parasite

    order: strepsiptera
  22. scorpionfly

    • order: mecoptera
    • family: panorpidae
  23. hangfly

    • order: mecoptera
    • family: bittacidae
  24. crane fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: tipulidae
  25. black fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: simuliidae
  26. midges

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: chironomidae
  27. mosquito

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: culicidae
  28. gall midge

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: cecidomyiidae
  29. horse fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: tabanidae
  30. robber fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: asilidae
  31. bee fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: bombylidae
  32. flower fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: syrphidae
  33. house fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: mucidae
  34. blow fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: calliphoridae
  35. flesh fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: sarcophagidae
    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: tachinidae
  36. true fruit fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: tephritidae
  37. small fruit fly

    • order: diptera
    • suborder: nematocera
    • family: drosophilidae
  38. net spinning caddisfly

    • order: trichoptera
    • family: hydropsychidae
  39. long-horned caddisfly

    • order: trichoptera
    • family: leptoceridae
  40. pyralid moth

    • order: lepidoptera
    • family: pyralidae
  41. inchworm/loopers

    • order: lepidoptera
    • family: geometridae
  42. giant silkmoth

    • order: lepidoptera
    • family: saturniidae

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