Immature insects with differing types of metamorphosis will look different. The young of insects with simple metamorphosis will look like miniature versions of the adult. If the adult form has wings they appear as bud-like outgrowths in later instars. In some orders structures such as antennal segments may be added as the insect matures. Many of the later instars with simple metamorphosis obviously resemble the adults. Often with exception of the absent wing characters they can be treated as adults with regard to images required for identification. If the insect is obviously immature and particularly small (5mm or less) it may be impractical to submit. It is then best to search for a further developed specimen or send the specimen to the appropriate entomology specialist.