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Odonata

Click the photo to view the odonata; dragonflies and damselflies.

Orthoptera

Click the photo to view the orthoptera; grasshoppers, bush-crickets and coneheads.

Hempitera

Click the photo to view the hemiptera; true bugs and shield bugs.

Lepidoptera

Click the photo to view the lepidoptera; butterflies and moths.

Diptera

Click the photo to view the diptera; flies including crane flies and hoverflies.

Hymenoptera

Click the photo to view the hymenopteraa; bees, wasps, ants and their relatives.

Coleoptera

Click the photo to view thecoleoptera; beetles and ladybirds.

Other Insects

Click the photo to view other orders of insects not listed above.

Arachnids

Arachnids are better known as spiders of course but I have included harvestmen here that are not true arachnids but have eight legs.

Arthropods

There are many creatures that are called insects but are really other life forms. These come under the general banner of arthropods.

Molluscs

Molluscs are commonly found in the sea as what we know as sea food but there are land molluscs as well.