entomo-, entom-

(Greek: insect, bug; literally, "cut up, cut in pieces"; an insect because it appears to be segmented)

entomotomist (s) (noun), entomotomists (pl)
Someone who practices the dissections of insects.
entomotomy (s) (noun) ,entomotomies (pl)
The science of the dissection of insects.
medical entomology (s) (noun), medical entomologies (pl)
The study of insects or, more broadly, of arthropods or invertebrate creatures, that inflict harm, cause diseases, or transmit infections to humans.
necroentomophilous (adjective) (not comparable)
In biology, a reference to fertilization by carrion beetles: A necroentomophilous condition can take place when a carrion beetle crawls into a Sumatran corpse flower, which has a very foul smell, and without intending to, carry the pollen from its spadix to other plants of the species on their journey to find more food.

Pointing to a page about a kleptomaniac A unit of words about insects.

A cross reference of other word family units that are related directly, or indirectly, with: "insects, bugs, worms; invertebrates": aphidi-; api-; ascari-; culci-; Dung Beetle Survival; Dung Beetles Important; Eating Worms; formic-; Guinea worms; helmintho-; insecto-; isopter-; larvi-; lepidopter-; meliss-; mosquito; Mosquito, other Languages; Mosquitoes, Pt. 1; Mosquitoes, Pt. 2; myrmeco-; scarab; scoleco-; sphec-; taeni-; termit-; vermo-.