In biology, an identification key is a printed or computer-aided device that aids
the identification ... of flowers, or the disposition of the leaves along the stems. A
key for insect identification...
Our Two Point Insect Dichotomous Key can assist in identifying between an
insect and a spider. Beginning with Question #1, determine which statement ("a"
This key will to help you identify different insect orders. We are using many
examples of insects found in Michigan, but the key will work anywhere. How the
First things first: Make sure you have an insect. This key is for insects. One of the
best ways to make sure you have an insect (and not a spider or other small ...
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To use a key, read both descriptions in a couplet (for instance, ...
An online resource devoted to North American insects, spiders and their kin,
offering identification, images, and information.
Bug Identification Key. Field Guide > Bug Identification Key ... of such things as
plants, animals, and rocks. In this section, the key is used to identify insect orders.
Information on how to identify insects using a key. It is helpful to have the insect in
a bug-viewer whilst working through the key.
Identify stored product beetles and grain pests found in Canada. ... Typically,
insect keys are designed as dichotomous, or paired, couplets. A couplet is a