Specimen 291 -Morgan Zanardo

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Contents

Location of Collection

GGC Site 4

Date of collection

August 2012

Shannon-Wiener Index of Biodiversity

H'= 3.69


Distinguishing morphological features of Order

-Body often considered "wasp-like" which means it has a constricted region between the thorax and abdomen

-Forewings are a little bigger than back wings

-Antennae are fairly long

-Mouthparts are chewing and usually have well developed chewing mandibles

Insect Classification

Sub-order

Family

Genus

Species

Geographical Distribution

Worldwide avoiding aquatic environments

Life cycle

Sexual dimorphism

Sex is determined by number of chromosomes

Diet

-plants

-nectar and pollen

-small insects

Habitat

Larval/Nymphal Stage

Adult stage

Ecological Importance

Pollination

Economic/Agricultural/Human Health Importance

Larval/Nymphal Stage

Adult Stage

PCR Product

gel picture


Sequence Data

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