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Direct flight muscles, which are attached to the underside of the wing at its base, produce changes in the shape of the wing during the downstroke. In Odonata and Blattodea, however, these muscles are the main wing depressors, and the indirect dorsoventral muscles are only weakly developed. The wings move up and down at a high frequency in flight, to provide sufficient power to support the insect in the air. In general, smaller insects have a higher wing-beat frequency than larger ones. Odonata, Orthoptera, and most Lepidoptera have relatively low wing-beat frequencies, usually less than 40 cycles per second.
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