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  • Arthropoda [r]: Phylum which includes insects, crustaceans, and organisms with a hard shell-like segmented body. [e]
  • Bristletail [r]: An order of small, primitive insects, which includes the silverfish. [e]
  • Dipluran [r]: Small, primitive hexapods with two long appendages at the tip of their abdomens. [e]
  • Drosophila [r]: Flies of the family Drosophilidae, having larvae that feed on ripening or fermenting fruits and vegetables, especially the common species Drosophila melanogaster, often used in genetic research. [e]
  • Drosophilidae [r]: Family of myodarian cyclorrhaphous dipteran insects in the subsection Acalypteratae, including the fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster). [e]
  • Drosophilinae [r]: The largest subfamily in the Drosophilidae. [e]
  • Entognatha [r]: A wingless class of hexapods consisting of very primitive animals which were formerly considered insects. [e]
  • Proturan [r]: An order of microscopic hexapods. [e]
  • Sophophora [r]: Subgenus of the insect genus Drosophila, containing ten species groups of which Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) is the best known. [e]
  • Springtail [r]: Small primitive hexapods whose chief ecological function are to scavenge. [e]
  • Steganinae [r]: Smaller of two subfamilies in the fruit fly family Drosophilidae. [e]
  • Systematics [r]: The study of the diversity of organism characteristics, and how they relate via evolution. [e]