There are three classes of invertebrates that are known as non-insect hexapods - that is, invertebrates that have six legs but are not insects.
The three classes are:
- Proturans (Class: Protura)
- Springtails (Class: Collembola)
- Two-pronged bristletails (Class: Diplura)
A photograph of the springtail Isotoma habitus
Photograph by Onychiurus, used under GFDL
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