Information about insects and Facts about insects
Definition of insects Insects are known as one of the class Insecta or Hexapoda insects and contain fragmented bodies and legs attached to bony structures, external, and distinct from other arthropods through their bodies,
which are divided into three main areas namely the head that holds the mouth and eyes and two centuries sensors, chest divided into three parts, which usually
It consists of three pairs of legs in adults and a pair or two of the wings, the abdomen divided into the digestive, excretory and genitals.
Insects breathe through both sides, where insects cannot breathe from their mouths but inhale oxygen and release carbon dioxide through holes called “spiracles.”
Insects have a network of cardiovascular channels called the tracheal system, which provides oxygen away from carbon dioxide from every cell in the body.
Insects have an open circulation system that carries blood called hemolymph through organ channels. Insects are fast-flying.
Features of the insect body and Facts
Small insects have many advantages because of their small size because they do not contain a significant body mass but the surface area of the body is large in proportion to that mass,
and this means that physical forces do not affect the insects in a way that affects large animals, and because the percentage of body mass surface area of very large, they bring many physical feats such as they can afford to fall because
the minimum weight means they are landing a few healthy and help the enormous surface area of the insects to get the most significant pull as it moves through the air, so
they slow down during their arrival to their destinations, as can the Zba To walk upside down without falling, thanks to the modified legs and body light.
What are the characteristics of an insect?
Insects with limited damage, this type of insects can be able to individuals who own the place where they are eliminated with ease.
Insects with the risk of damage, these insects are forcing the owner of their location to resort to specialists extermination of insects to get rid of them, and it should be noted the need to ensure that the worker holds a license from the Ministry of the quality of the environment.
Regional insects are exterminated by the authorities, such as the local council, municipalities, and village councils.
Beetles; the most extensive classifications.
Butterflies and moths.
Hornets, ants and bees.
Flies and mosquitoes.
Insects and aphids.
Grasshoppers and cockroaches.
The White Termite.