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What group does this species belong to?
Ants have 3 distinct body sections and a narrow waist.
Aphids and pysillids are quite small, usually a few millimeters at most, and are often green, yellow, orange in color.
Bees and wasps have 2 pairs of wings with the hind wings smaller than the front wings.
Beetles have a straight line down the back where the two hard wing casings meet.
Some caterpillars are camouflaged and look like the twigs or leaves that they are found on.
Daddy longlegs have 8 very long legs, and they appear to have a single round body.
Flies have just a single pair of membranous wings.
Grasshoppers and crickets have large hind legs for jumping.
Leafhoppers, planthoppers, and cicadas usually have a wide head relative to their body. Hoppers have wings folded tentlike over their back, while cicadas have large membranous wings.
Butterflies and moths have four large wings covered by fine scales.
Spiders have 8 legs, and the abdomen is distinct from the rest of the body.
True Bugs have semi-transparent wings which partially overlap on the back making a triangle or "X" shape on the back. The often have obvious pointy "shoulders" too.