Introduction to Insects

This booklet was written to introduce a general audience to basic insect anatomy and morphology and to celebrate the diversity of insects by describing each of the known insect orders.

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Work Title Introduction to Insects
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Open Access
Creators
  1. Natalie Boyle
  2. Michael Skvarla
  3. Darin J McNeil Jr.
  4. Nathan Reagle
License CC BY-NC 4.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial)
Work Type Other
Acknowledgments
  1. Andrew Deans
  2. Christina Grozinger
Publication Date September 16, 2021
Subject
  1. Entomology
Language
  1. English
DOI doi:10.26207/wv4k-8e85
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Source
  1. Penn State University's Insect Biodiversity Center
Deposited July 20, 2022

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  • Added Creator Natalie Boyle
  • Added Creator Michael Skvarla
  • Added Creator Darin J McNeil Jr.
  • Added Creator Nathan Reagle
  • Updated Acknowledgments Show Changes
    Acknowledgments
    • Andrew Deans, Christina Grozinger
  • Added Introduction-to-Insects.pdf
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    Subject
    • Entomology
    Language
    • English
    Publisher
    • Penn State University's Insect Biodiversity Center
    Description
    • This booklet was written to introduce a general audience to basic insect anatomy and morphonology and to celebrate the diversity of insects by introducing each of the known insect orders.
    • This booklet was written to introduce a general audience to basic insect anatomy and morphology and to celebrate the diversity of insects by describing each of the known insect orders.
    Related URLs
    • https://www.huck.psu.edu/assets/uploads/documents/Introduction-to-Insects.pdf
    License
    • https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/
  • Published
  • Updated Source, Publisher Show Changes
    Source
    • Penn State University's Insect Biodiversity Center
    Publisher
    • Penn State University's Insect Biodiversity Center