Insect Orders Anastasia Fischer

ORDER Orthoptera NAME Grasshopper The Grasshopper is an amazing insect that can leap 20 times the length of its own body... If you or I could do that, we would be able to jump almost 40 yards! - VIDEO:http://interestingfacts.tv/animal-facts/interesting-facts-about-grasshoppers/
ORDER: Odonata NAME: Dragon Fly. Their Eyes Are Incredibly Advanced. They Never Stop Eating \http://listverse.com/2013/04/18/10-surprisingly-brutal-facts-about-dragonflies/ VIDEO:https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cb5kwrjpKWU
ORDER: Hemiptera NAME: Stinkbug. Stink bug feeds on fruit, flowers, leaves and caterpillars. It likes to eat tomatoes, citrus fruits, apples, soybeans, raspberries, grapes, sunflowers, plums, green beans and cucumbers.
ORDER: Coleoptera NAME: bessbug Bessbugs like to eat rotting wood.Odontotaenius disjunctus is the scientific name for the bessbug beetle.
ORDER: Diptera NAME: fly. House flies are able to move their wings 200 times per second. House fly can fly at the speed of 5 miles per hour.
ORDER: Lepidoptera NAME: butterfly. Antarctica is the only continent on which no Lepidoptera have been found. There are about 24,000 species of butterflies. The moths are even more numerous: about 140,000 species of them were counted all over the world.
ORDER: phasmedea NAME: stick bug. Phasmids generally mimic their surroundings in color, normally green or brown, although some species are brilliantly colored and others conspicuously striped. Many stick insects have wings, some spectacularly beautiful, while others resemble little more than a stump. A number of species have spines and tubercles on their bodies.
ORDER: Mantedea NAME: Praying Mantis. Relatively large, elongate insects up to several inches long. Typical features include triangular heads with large compound eyes set on either side and usually three ocelli in between(5); very flexible articulation between the head and prothorax providing great mobility and allowing a mantid to "look over its shoulder"(6); raptorial forelegs used to capture prey.
ORDER: BLATTEDEA NAME: Cockroach. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blattodea

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