Orthopteroidea is comprised of ten orders.
Zoraptera are minute insects with only 34 known species.
The Plecoptera are most commonly known as stoneflies. Learn more about this order of insects that live in cool temperatures.
Stick and leaf insects are experts at blending into their surroundings.
Find out more about this large order of insects known for their jumping ability.
Meet these carnivorous, wingless insects, which were only recognised in 2002.
Learn more about the striking praying mantids, master predators.
Grylloblattodea are sometimes known as ice crawlers. They are a small group of only 27 species.
Learn about the Ensifer, better known as crickets.
The Embioptera are commonly known as Webspinners. Find out about this unusual insect group.
Earwigs are an insect order found on all continents except Antarctica.
Learn about the characteristics of the Caelifera and its superfamilies.
Famed for their resilience, the cockroaches and termites are an ancient Orthopteroid order.