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The different groups that are dealt with in detail include mites from the family Cunaxidae, pseudoscorpions (Pseudoscorpionides), springtails (Collembola), booklice (Psocoptera), earwigs (Dermaptera), beetles (Coleoptera) belonging to some 17 different families, including such important ones as the ground beetles (Carabidae), hide and carpet beetles (Dermestidae), blister beetles (Meloidae) and weevils (Curculionoidea).
The sections on other insect orders of importance, moths and butterflies (Lepidoptera), psocids, booklice and dustlice (Psocoptera), true bugs (Hemiptera), and parasitic wasps (Hymenoptera) follow the same format used for Coleoptera.
For example, the two booklice icons to the right of the Masterpiece Maker button insert a generic chapter structure with the first lesson in place for authoring new content and set margins and other document characteristics.