alexa Chewing Lice: Tiny Insects in Raging Seas

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Chewing Lice: Tiny Insects in Raging Seas

Insects are the most dominant group of animals on earth. They were invading the land about 400 million years ago during Devonian Period. From these days, they occupied their niches in every corner of our terrestrial ecosystems including some fresh water habitats. Ranging from very small snow flea Hypogastrura nivicola (Fitch, 1846) of order Collembola in Arctic to large three-horned rhinoceros beetle Chalcosoma moellenkampi Kolbe, 1900 of order Coleoptera in Borneo tropics, the insects had all extremes of behavioral, morphological and physiological features that help them to achieve such evolutionary success.

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