Attached to an insect's thorax are * The head * The abdomen * Six legs * Two or four wings (occasionally absent) There are several things attached to the insect's thorax. The thorax is attached to the head, legs, wings and abdomen.
A fly has six legs. Flies are classified as insects, and all insects have one pair of antennae, three body parts and six legs. A fly's legs are attached to its middle section, or thorax, and lare jointed.
The thorax is the part of the body to which a grasshopper's legs are attached. Specifically, grasshoppers are insects. They therefore have bodies which are divided into heads, thoraxes, and abdomens. The thorax is the middle section, and the abdomen is the end part of a grasshopper.
Yes. The body parts are called head, thorax and abdomen. The thorax is where the legs (and wings if it has them) are attached. Six legs = insect, eight legs = arachnid, ten legs = crustacean, many legs = centi/millipede. ^^
Silkworm moths are winged insects. They also have three pairs of legs that are attached to their body at the middle section, called the thorax. Although they prefer to fly, they can move on their legs as well.