How do scientists classify different species of insects?



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    All insects are classified in the Animal Kingdom, phylum Anthropoda, in a group called hexapoda which includes class Insecta. Beyond that, there are several orders, and in each order several families, and in each family many genuses. An individual species is labeled by its genus and then it’s specific species label, a name chosen by whomever discovered it. For example, the monarch butterfly is one of the species in the genus Danaus, and its species name is Danaus plexippus.

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