- Ant - Hymenoptera
Ants like this one, along with bees, wasps and sawflies belong to the order Hymenoptera.
- Bee - Hymenoptera
Bees, wasps and ants belong to the order Hymenoptera.
- Centipede - Myriapoda
Centipedes are not insects, but rather belong to a related group in the Myriapoda (many legs).
- Dobsonfly - Megaloptera
Ferocious as they look, dobsonflies are harmless. They belong to the order Megaloptera, along with fishflies and alderflies.
- Earwig - Dermaptera
Earwigs belong to the order Dermaptera.
- Flea - Siphonaptera
Fleas currently are believed to be a strange version of scorpionflies, but traditionally are given their own order called Siphonaptera.
- Spiders - Arachnids, not Insects!
Spiders are not insects and belong to the Arachnids.
- Sucking louse - Phthiraptera
While there is some disagreement on the exact methods for categorizing them, lice like this human louse may be considered to belong to the order Phthiraptera (includes all lice) or separated into Mallophaga (just chewing lice) and Anoplura (just sucking lice).