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Benthic Macroinvertebrates QUIZ QUIZ
1. What order do mayflies belong to?
2-4 Label the pictures with proper mayfly nymph name
This may help for #2 2.
This may help for #3
This may help for #4
5. Why are mayflies unique in the insect world?
6. What do we call the activity nymphs go through when they rise to the surface or crawl to shore and metamorphose into adults?
7. What is the adult mayfly called?
8. How do nymphs become buoyant enough to be floated/pulled up to the surface for emergence?
9. What are two types of caddisfly larva (hint-think of adaptations)
10. What is incomplete metamorphosis?
11. What order do midges belong to?
12. Are midges good indicators of water quality? Explain your answer.
Name the aquatic insect and include adult, nymph, or larva stage 13.
19. What order do caddisflies belong to?
20. What does “ptera” mean in Greek
21. What is meant by the term “ovipositing?”
4 points 22. Briefly explain the life cycle of a mayfly. Use proper terms.
4 points 23. Briefly describe the life cycle of a caddisfly. Use proper terms.
Bonus- b. What order are stoneflies a part of?
Bonus –d. What was the name of the stage of the caddis where the organism swam or was lifted to the surface during emergence.
Bonus-e What kingdom, phylum, and class are insects a part of?
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