How Do Insects Reproduce?


Insects are asexual, meaning that they don't reproduce with anyone but themselves. They basically just lay eggs, this process is much faster than sexual reproduction.
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_The_question_is_too_broad_to_answer. "They lay their own eggs (asexual) and mate with other inects. (sexually) The question is too broad to answer.
Spider mites do the most damage to plants and they reproduce the fastest. Thanks
A few species, notably the fireflies, produce light, used as a signal in courtship, by a chemical reaction. The sexes are separate in insects, and reproduction is usually sexual,
Insects have widely varying means of reproduction, which depends mainly on temperature and humidity. The German cockroach has a reproduction cycle from egg to adult lasting six weeks
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With around one million named species and perhaps several times that number unnamed, insects account for a great majority of the species of animals on earth. They are a tremendously successful group. More >>
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