That means those people who study the branch of zoology dealing with insects.
They are likely to have a mug on their desk that says:
"Floats like a Lepidoptera. Stings like a Hymenoptera"
But....after you show them these pictures and this blog, you can tell them to be a bit more specific and say it should be (using the mostly arbitrary classification levels)
“Float like a Papilionidea, sting like an Anthophila.”
and see if they will still talk to you....
Floats like a butterfly
Stings like a bee
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