Campodeidae

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Campodeidae
Campodea redii.jpg
Campodea redii
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Hexapoda
Class: Entognatha
Order: Diplura
Family: Campodeidae
Genera include

Campodea
Cestocampa
Clivocampa
Edriocampa
Eumesocampa
Eutrichocampa
Haplocampa
Helladocampa
Hystrichocampa
Litocampa
Meiocampa
Metriocampa
Oncinocampa
Paratachycampa
Patrizicampa
Plusiocampa
Podocampa
Remycampa
Torocampa

The Campodeidae are a family of hexapods belonging to the order Diplura. These pale, eyeless hexapods, the largest of which grow to around 12 mm in length, can be recognised by the two long, many-segmented cerci at the end of the abdomen. Around 200 species are known.

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