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Differences in bugs and insects

Bugs and insects are often interpreted the same, even though they have different meanings, although not much and significant. Insects are small animals and are included in the arthropod phylum as one of the most diverse groups of animals that have an integral role in the ecosystem. While bugs are only intended for animals in the Hemiptera group as part of the insect.

Insects are a variety of small-sized animals, affecting various aspects of life, especially in ecosystems. They pollinate plants, clean dead organisms and carry out many other important ecological tasks. Five important things in insects are shell, size, adaptation, flight and metamorphosis.

Dlium Differences in bugs and insects

Bugs are animals in the Hemiptera group and parts of the insect. All Hemiptera have special suction devices that are part of their mouth shaped flexible pipes to pierce food and suck up plant fluids by herbivorous bugs and animals by carnivorous bugs.

Herbivorous bugs emit saliva during the sucking process which generally causes local necrosis in plants, while carnivorous bugs or predators emit toxic saliva to paralyze prey.

Most bugs are easily recognizable from the thick and rough front wing shape, while the rear wings are clearer and are located under the front wing or they may not have a rear wing at all.

Bugs performs an imperfect metamorphosis with only three stages of life compared to complete metamorphosis which has four stages. First, start life as an egg, then become nymphs or larvae that can live on dry land or in water, and finally develop into winged adults or imago.

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