This group includes the bedbug, the stink bug, the water bug and the squash bug. They have sucking parts of their mouths that they take in liquids. Most bugs have two sets of wings although a few have none. Both sets of wings are thin. The bugs undergo incomplete metamorphosis. Many people use the word "bugs" to refer to all insects, but scientists refer to this particular group of insects as bugs.
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