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Method 1 of 2: Observing the Insect Download Article Take note of where you found the insect. The habitat an insect lives in can help to narrow down what sort of insect you have found. Record what time of day you spotted the insect. Different insects are active at different times of the day. Note if the insect has wings. ... Record the different colours of the insect. ... Check if the insect has any antennae. ... More items...Is an insect the same thing as a bug?
Bugs and insects aren't necessarily the same thing . The two words are used interchangeably, with insects appearing mostly in scientific contexts and bugs being used more casually, but the difference between the terms comes down to more than just semantics. They both describe groups in the animal kingdom recognized by science.What is considered an insect?
Insects are animals belonging to the class known as Insecta. They have 6 legs attached to the thorax. They usually have wings, also attached to the thorax. In insects such as beetles, the elytrae (= hard wings) cover the flying wings and lie flat against the abdomen at rest. Open immediately by left-clicking mouse.