How Do Insects Reproduce?

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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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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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Most insects reproduce sexually. The male introduces the sperm into the female. Then the female lays eggs. Most insects do not have live births.
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