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Metamorphosis ButterfliesMoths Mrs. O’Hara’s Second Grade Lincoln School 2004
The eggs are laid on the underside of the leaf to protect them from enemies. -Amanda The Egg Stage
Larva are immature insects that are wingless and often worm like (caterpillar). -Nick The Larva Stage
The larva forms a cocoon or chrysalis and goes through metamorphosis. -Hampton The Pupa Stage
The final stage of the life cycle. The pupa is now a butterfly or moth. -Alex The Adult Stage
This life cycle may take 25 days a year, depending on the type of butterfly or moth. -Senneca The Life Cycle
Butterfly caterpillars may look hairy. Moth caterpillars may be smooth. -Justin Hairy or Smooth
The female butteries and moths lay their eggs on a plant that their young like to eat. The caterpillar eats its shell when it hatches to get energy. Then it eats the leaf. -Mercadies Eggs
A caterpillar is the second stage of the life cycle of a butterfly. It is called the larva stage. -Emilee 2nd Stage
Butterfly and moth caterpillars have 14 body segments. They have six true legs and eight false legs that are sucker feet. -Michael Caterpillar Body Parts
A caterpillar outgrows its skin and sheds its skin many times as it grows. -Ron Sheds Skin
Butterflies have a head, thorax where the legs are attached, and a segmented abdomen. -Corby Three Body Parts
Butterflies have a tube-like mouth that curls up when they are not sipping nectar. -Dalton Proboscis
The eyes are made up of thousands of lenses. -Enya Eyes
Butterfly antennae always have knobs. They are used for smelling. -Jesse Antenna
Butterfly wings are covered with colorful scales. When resting, the wings are closed. -Hailey Wings
Parts of a Moth
Moths have only two body parts and six legs. They taste with their legs. -Allie Body Parts
Moths also have a proboscis used for sipping nectar. -DeAnthony Mouth
Moth wings are covered with dull covered scales. The wings are open when resting. -Keanu Wings
Moths also have compound eyes. -Kaitlynn Eyes
Moth antennae are either plain or feathered, but without knobs. They are used for smelling. -Chase Antenna
Kinds of Butterflies and Moths
The cabbage butterfly is found nearly everywhere. Its caterpillars eat cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and other crops. -Terri Cabbage Butterfly
Tiger moths have broad hairy bodies. Birds don’t eat them because they have an unpleasant taste. The caterpillars are known as woollybears. -Be’Andre Tiger Moth
Painted ladies can be seen anywhere in the world. They sometimes travel in swarms looking for food, nectar from thistle and zinnia flowers. They are strong fliers. -Caitlin Painted Lady Butterfly
Swallowtail butterflies have a tail on the hind wing, like the swallow bird. The yellow and black striped tiger swallowtail is seen in North America. -Ben Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly
Monarch butterflies migrate to Mexico, Florida, and southern California. Monarchs taste awful because the caterpillars eat milkweed. -Jadenn Monarch Butterflies
Morpho butterflies live in rain forests of Central and South America. Only the males are a brilliant blue. The females are much plainer. -Rachel Morpho Butterfly
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