What kind of flight adaptations do insects have?

Insect wings are lamellar outgrowths of the integument, which help to fly from one space to another. The wings of insects are devoid of their own muscles and are set in motion by contraction of the muscles of the chest. The main form of movement of insects in the air is flapping flight, which is inherent in all insects. Hovering flight is also characteristic of insects: in hovering flight, in contrast to forward flight, the insect seeks to maintain its position in space unchanged.

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