principles of systematics and nomenclature general system and phylogeny of insects systematics of Ephemeroptera

 Saint-Petersburg State University * Biological Faculty * Department of Entomology * N.J. Kluge

  RUSSIAN 

NEW IDEAS ABOUT TRANSFORMATION OF INSECTS WITH COMPLETE METAMORPHOSIS

-classification-of
insectsiwithicomplete
metamorphosis:

Kluge 2005

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Kluge 2004

2002

Kluge 2002

1..Metabola

nature and origin of metamorphosis

  

  

  

1.1..Neuropteroidea

 

diagnosis

  

  

1.1.1..Birostrata

transformation of legs

homology and transformation of mouthparts

  

  

1.1.2..Rhaphidioptera

transformation of legs

homology and transformation of mouthparts

  

  

1.1.3..Meganeuroptera

transformation of legs

homology and transformation of mouthparts

  

  

1.2..Elytrophora

  

  

  

  

1.2.1..Coleoptera

transformation of legs

  

  

  

1.2.2..Strepsiptera

  

  

  

  

1.3..Panzygothoraca

  

  

diagnosis

  

1.3.1..Hymenoptera

  

  

  

  

1.3.2..Enteracantha

  

  

structure of larval legs

  

1.3.2.1. Scorpiomusci     structure of larval legs  
1.3.2.2. Metamecoptera        
1.3.2.3. Nannomecoptera     structure of larval legs  
1.3.2.4. Pleuroptera        
1.3.2.4.1. Raphioptera        

1.3.2.4.2..Aphaniptera

  

  

  

homology and transformation of mouthparts

1.3.3..Diptera

transformation of legs

  

  

  

1.3.4..Amphiesmenoptera

  

  

  

  

1.3.4.1..Trichoptera

transformation of legs

  

  

  

1.3.4.2..Lepidoptera

transformation of legs