examples of insects 
Insects: invertebrates with bodies divided into three parts; they usually have three pairs of legs, two pairs of wings and antennae.
Insect that lays its eggs on dead animals or decomposing matter, which it buries; the egg cache gives off a strong musky smell.
Small insect, common throughout Europe; its larva feeds on lumber and dead wood.
Extremely small, wingless leaping insect, a parasite of certain mammals, birds and humans; it stings them to feed off their blood.
Stinging African insect, a parasite of mammals, birds and humans; it is best known for transmitting sleeping sickness.
Insect with two wings and long antennae; the female stings humans and animals to feed off their blood.
Small wingless insect, a parasite of humans, mammals, birds and certain plants.