The Life of Animals | Ladybug | Hemiptera is an order of insects known as ladybugs.Hemiptera consists of 80,000 species of insects such as the katydid, aphids, anggang-anggang, Walang rice pest, and others. Small insects known as ladybugs (ladybug) are not included in the Hemiptera, but included in the order Coleoptera (beetles) because it has differences in terms of anatomy and life cycle.

The name "Hemiptera" is derived from the Greek hemi (half) and pteron (wing) so that if interpreted as a whole, Hemiptera means "half-winged". This front wing in Hemiptera some members can be folded over the body and cover wings entirely behind a thin and transparent, while the other members of the Hemiptera not folded its wings were not even flying. Hemiptera suborder consists of 4 different: Auchenorrhyncha, Coleorrhyncha, Heteroptera, and Sternorrhyncha.  Hemiptera not experience complete metamorphosis.  Insects Hemiptera members need to perform marriages for females can fertilize their eggs and breed, but aphids or aphids are also members of Hemiptera can do parthenogenesis (without mating birth) so that they can still reproduce without mating first.

Some members of Hemiptera such as rice pest and katydid Walang live on plants and suck the juice. Assassin bugs also live among the plants, but they hunt small animals. A small portion of Hemiptera such as bedbugs are known to live as parasites and suck the blood of larger animals. Other well known members of Hemiptera live in water, for example anggang-anggang and giant water bugs.

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