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AS Insects

Insects have these three body segments. head, throax, and abdomen
How many legs to insects have? 3 pairs (6 total)
How many antennae do insects have? 1 pair (2 total)
How many wings do insects have? None OR 1 pair (2 total) OR 2 pair (4 total)
Which insect body segment contains the sensory organs? head
To which insect body segment are legs and wings attached? thorax
Which insect body segment contains many of the internal organs like hearts, reproductive organs, digestive organs, etc. abdomen
crushing mouthparts or jaws that move side to side mandibles
segmented structures on an insect that sense chemicals and feels objects antennae
insect eyes made of several hexagonal shaped lenses compound eyes
long, hindmost pair of legs on a grasshopper jumping legs
long segmented mouthparts that help grasp food palps
a series of breathing holes located along located along the sides of the abdomen spiracles
Example insects include: butterflies, flies, bees, ants, beetles, stinkbugs, mantises, silverfish, dragonflies, grasshoppers, etc.
Created by: ballb