Probably no hexapod, however, has more interested entomologists than Platypsyllus castoris Ritsema, a parasite of the beaver.
From these there develop after about seven days, the hexapod larv.
Subcortical; hexapod; antenn obsolete: body much depressed, with the last segment elongate, terminating in three or more mucros.
The history of the development of the head has been carefully worked out in the hexapod insects.
In this case the hexapod Insects might be spoken of as the Flies.
In spite of the high mortality of the hexapod tribes, they flourish like the green bay-tree.
Carnivorous; hexapod; antenniferous: with a shortish oblong depressed body, and distinct thoracic shield.
The fat-body is therefore the seat of important metabolic processes in the hexapod body.
Herbivorous; hexapod; antenniferous, with long antenn: body shortish, compressed, saltatorious.