Arthropods - Insects

Insects are terrestrial and freshwater arthropods, with greater diversity of species than any other animal. Their bodies are divided in head, thorax (Chest), and abdomen (Stomach), with three pairs of walking legs attached to the thorax. The earliest insects, found in the Early Devonian, are wingless. However, the majority are winged, and the Late Carboniferous, this group became the first animals to evolve powered flight. Most insects undergo a metamorphosis, with a pupa (life stage of some insects undergoing transformation.)
 as a resting stage.
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Amber with inclusion of Flower and Insect(s) (specimen No. 7.)
Actual Piece - Images taken with Microscope