Synonyms: Physapoda, Thripida Common name: thrips

Small to minute slender-bodied insects; head with short four- to nine-segmented antennae, asymmetrical suctorial mouthparts, small but prominent compound eyes, ocelli present or absent; prothorax large and free, legs with unsegmented or two-segmented tarsi and terminal eversible vesicles, wings when present are narrow and fringed with long setae; external genitalia varied, cerci always absent.

234 Almost 5200 described species belong to this widely distributed order, including about 700 in North America, 420 in Australia, and 160 in Britain. Many species are very

Beekeeping for Beginners

Beekeeping for Beginners

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