Is insect a kingdom?
No. Insects are a class. They are part of the arthropod phylum which is in turn part of the animal kingdom.
The hermit crab is developed into the insect kingdom
Insect Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda Class Insecta Bird Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Aves
They're in the Animal Kingdom, Insect Family, Lepidoptera Order.
insect kingdom it depends how spesific you would like it to be....
The firefly is a beetle, which is an insect.
Insect order hymenoptera.
Yes, they are classified in the animal kingdom.
The luna moth belongs to the insect kingdom or the Arthropoda
Wasps are in the Animal Kingdom (Animalia), Phylum: Anthopoda, Class: Insect (Insecta))
It's an Insect. With subspecies Arachnids.
The grasshopper insect is a member of the Animalia kingdom. There are over 11,000 species of grasshopper known in the world.
animal because it is a insect and incets are animals!! =PPP
the insect kingdom.crickets precisely have 6 legs.
Tick are mites, not insects. But it doesn't matter because both belong to the kingdom Animalia.
First of all, an insects are part of the animal kingdom. No, a snail is not an insect, but yes it is an animal. I believe a snail is a mollusk.
Worms are in the Kingdom animalia, phylum annelida. They are not insects, they are their own type of creature. Insect larva may look similar to worms.
No, They are not, they are apart of the insect Kingdon Yes, they most certainly are members of the Animal Kingdom! Check your research!
Technically yes. Insects are animals since they are in the animal kingdom.
Eukaryote. Animalia is a kingdom under the domain Eukarya.
Animals. They're in the Arthropod phylum and the Insect class.
Which is characteristics of members of the plant kingdom that distinguishes them from members of the animal kingdom?
All members of the plant kingdom are sessile, have no nervous systems, and are not heterotrophs (with the exceptions of insect-eating plants).
The five examples of the animal kingdom include sponge, jellyfish, insect, fish, frog, bird and man.
mammal, fish, bird, reptile, amphibian, and insect
A caterpillar is an insect which falls into the group of arthropods in the animal kingdom.
Mosquitoes belong to the insect family, yes, but the insect family belongs to the phylum Anthrpodia which in turn belongs to the kingdom Animalia, which makes the mosquito an animal.
Yes. As part of a definition of an insect, an insect is a creature from the Animal kingdom with six legs, three major body sections (head, thorax, and abdomen), and antannae.
Arthropods belong to the insect kingdom, because they have 6 legs, and all of their other features are like any other insects features.
Insects are considered part of the animal kingdom, and an insect, by definition has six legs. They are, in fact, the largest single family of the animal kingdom.
No. Fungi are their own kingdom of organisms separate from plants and animals. Insects are animals.
No! They are the leopards of the insect kingdom! The females eat the males after copulation. Does that sound friendly?
insects make up about 75% of the animal kingdom (rough estimate) so, basically, 8 out of 10 animals is an insect. (:
Ants are both. # The ant is in the class Insecta making it an insect. # The class Insecta falls within the kingdom Animalia. # Therefore all ants are insects and thus are also animals.
quite exotic insects. there's the splisyoing a harmful creature, the capernounyg a fast racing animal and the coolest of all you have to know it, the dyprandij a 20 eyed insect,
Any living thing smaller then it!! they are the main predators of the insect kingdom and good for pest control!!
What kingdom comprises of organisms with cell walls that has the same substance as that of the outer bodies of insects?
The kingdom fungi has organisms with cell walls made of chitin (the substance that makes up insect exoskeletons).
1000:1 edit : eight out of ten animals in the animal kingdom are estimated to be an insect.
yes...one example is the venus flytrap...they eat insect, which are part of the Kingdom Animalia
I looked up everywhere and never found anything, but.. I got something that is in the animal kingdom, INsect.
There are many different species of insects worldwide. They all belong to the phylum Arthropoda which is in the Animal Kingdom.
Which characteristics of organisms are most commonly used to place them in a specific kingdom in the five-kingdom classification system?
1. Amphibian 2. Reptile 3. Bird 4. Mammal 5. Insect
The cecum of living things is the largest in the insect kingdom. The cecum is largest in the lancelet family.
Moth is an insect under order Lepidoptera like butterflies, And yes it comes under kingdom Animalia so its an ''animal''
Freaking everything! they are the kings of the insect kingdom, excellent hunters, very stealthy, graceful, and they look so cool.
A 'Butterfly' is any insect belonging to the Order Lepidoptera, of which there are many separate families and species. Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Arthropoda Class - Insecta Order - Lepidoptera
Kingdom:AnimaliaPhylum:ArthropodaSubphylum:HexapodaClass:Insecta From Wikipedia's article on insects. Below class is the thousands+ types of insects.
Is this true The eggs of Stick insects are among the largest in the insect kingdom with some reaching over eight millimetres long?
I believe so, yes.
Beetles, including rhinoceros beetles, are a type of insect, sometimes called bugs. They are also members of the animal kingdom.
The word 'beetle' is used for any insect in the order Coleoptera, which includes around 400,000 species. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera
Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Anthropoda Class - Insecta Order - Hemiptera Family - Pentatomidae