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Plate from Transactions of the Entomological Society, 1848
Plate from Transactions of the Entomological Society, 1848
Example of a collection barcode on a pinned beetle specimen
Example of a collection barcode on a pinned beetle specimen
"The butterfly catcher", painting by Carl Spitzweg
"The butterfly catcher", painting by Carl Spitzweg
The Entomology Research Collection at Lincoln University, New Zealand, with curator John Marris
The Entomology Research Collection at Lincoln University, New Zealand, with curator John Marris
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Insect
Insect
Insect: Six legs, three-part body (head, thorax, abdomen), up to two pairs of wings
Insect: Six legs, three-part body (head, thorax, abdomen), up to two pairs of wings
Spider: eight legs, two-part body
Spider: eight legs, two-part body
Woodlouse: seven pairs of legs, seven body segments (plus head and tail)
Woodlouse: seven pairs of legs, seven body segments (plus head and tail)