Lacewings, beetles, scorpion flies, caddis flies, wasps, bees and fleas undergo complete metamorphosis. Additionally, butterflies, moths and skippers exhibit complete metamorphosis. Insects that exhibit complete metamorp... More »

According to Arizona State University, many types of insects undergo incomplete metamorphosis, including grasshoppers, cockroaches, termites, praying mantises, crickets and lice. In addition, insects identified as "true ... More »

Insects are cold blooded and have six legs, three main body parts and an exoskeleton. Insects also lay eggs and many have four wings. More »

Common examples of detritivores include millipedes, dung flies, woodlice, burying beetles and many types of terrestrial worms. Detritivores, which obtain nutrients from decomposing organic matter, are important parts of ... More »

According to Arizona State University, many types of insects undergo incomplete metamorphosis, including grasshoppers, cockroaches, termites, praying mantises, crickets and lice. In addition, insects identified as "true ... More »

Complete metamorphosis is the total change of an insect that goes through four distinct stages. Those stages are egg, larva, pupa and adult. More »

Insects that undergo complete metamorphosis hatch from their eggs as worm-like larvae, pupate, and then transform into very different adult insects. Insects that undergo incomplete metamorphosis hatch as miniature, wingl... More »