insect

Insect vs Larviparous - What's the difference?

insect | larviparous |


As a noun insect

is an arthropod in the class insecta, characterized by six legs, up to four wings, and a chitinous exoskeleton.

As an adjective larviparous is

(zoology) depositing living larvae, instead of eggs; said of certain insects.

Insect vs Thysanurous - What's the difference?

insect | thysanurous |


As a noun insect

is an arthropod in the class insecta, characterized by six legs, up to four wings, and a chitinous exoskeleton.

As an adjective thysanurous is

(zoology) of or pertaining to the thysanura, an order of insects with three long caudal filaments.

Insect vs Vitelligenous - What's the difference?

insect | vitelligenous |


As a noun insect

is an arthropod in the class insecta, characterized by six legs, up to four wings, and a chitinous exoskeleton.

As an adjective vitelligenous is

(zoology) producing yolk, or vitelline substance; applied to certain cells formed in the ovaries of insects and supposed to supply nutrition to the developing ova.

Insect vs Leptiform - What's the difference?

insect | leptiform |


As a noun insect

is an arthropod in the class insecta, characterized by six legs, up to four wings, and a chitinous exoskeleton.

As an adjective leptiform is

(zoology) having a form somewhat like leptus; said of active insect larvae with three pairs of legs.

Insect vs Urosternite - What's the difference?

insect | urosternite |


As nouns the difference between insect and urosternite

is that insect is an arthropod in the class insecta, characterized by six legs, up to four wings, and a chitinous exoskeleton while urosternite is (zoology) the sternal or under piece of any of the uromeres of insects and other arthropods.

Insect vs Tingid - What's the difference?

insect | tingid |


As nouns the difference between insect and tingid

is that insect is an arthropod in the class insecta, characterized by six legs, up to four wings, and a chitinous exoskeleton while tingid is (zoology) any of the genus (taxlink) of sap-sucking insects.

As an adjective tingid is

(zoology) of or pertaining to the genus tingis of sap-sucking insects.

Insect vs Subimago - What's the difference?

insect | subimago |


As nouns the difference between insect and subimago

is that insect is an arthropod in the class insecta, characterized by six legs, up to four wings, and a chitinous exoskeleton while subimago is (zoology) a stage in the development of certain insects, intermediate between pupa and imago, during which the insect can fly but must shed a skin before becoming mature.

Insect vs Entomotomy - What's the difference?

insect | entomotomy |


As nouns the difference between insect and entomotomy

is that insect is an arthropod in the class insecta, characterized by six legs, up to four wings, and a chitinous exoskeleton while entomotomy is the science of dissecting insects.

Insect vs Polyethism - What's the difference?

insect | polyethism |


As nouns the difference between insect and polyethism

is that insect is an arthropod in the class insecta, characterized by six legs, up to four wings, and a chitinous exoskeleton while polyethism is the presence of different work activities among different members of an insect community, or at different times in an insect's life.

Insect vs Heteropter - What's the difference?

insect | heteropter |


As nouns the difference between insect and heteropter

is that insect is an arthropod in the class insecta, characterized by six legs, up to four wings, and a chitinous exoskeleton while heteropter is (zoology) any of the insect suborder heteroptera.

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