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'''Mecoptera''' (from the Greek: ''meco-'' = "long", ''ptera-'' = "wings") are an order of insects with about 550 species in nine families worldwide. The Bittacidae, or '''hangingflies''', are a prominent family of elongate insects known for their elaborate mating rituals, in which females choose mates based on the quality of gift prey offered by various males.
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Mecoptera

Mecoptera

Scorpionflies (Mecoptera)

Order: Mecoptera

Description: Mecoptera (from the Greek: meco- = "long", ptera- = "wings") are an order of insects with about 550 species in nine families worldwide. The Bittacidae, or hangingflies, are a prominent family of elongate insects known for their elaborate mating rituals, in which females choose mates based on the quality of gift prey offered by various males.