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T. Trimpe 2008 Crime 360 Forensic Entomology.

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1 T. Trimpe Crime 360 Forensic Entomology

2 1. What does a forensic entomologist study? A. WormsB. InsectsC. Spiders 2. Fill in the missing information in this statement: An entomologist needs to know the type of fly ____________ and the _________ of the larva in order to help the investigators. 3. How can a blowfly help an investigation? A. Helps investigators determine the time of death B. Helps investigators determine how a person was killed C. Helps investigators determine what the person ate at his/her last meal 4. What stage of a flys life cycle are maggots? A. AdultB. PupaC. Larva 5. In what kingdom are maggots classified? A. PlantsB. AnimalsC. Fungi Watch the video and then answer the questions.

3 1. What does a forensic entomologist study? A. WormsB. InsectsC. Spiders 2. Fill in the missing information in this statement: An entomologist needs to know the type of fly ____________ and the _________ of the larva in order to help the investigators. 3. How can a blowfly help an investigation? A. Helps investigators determine the time of death B. Helps investigators determine how a person was killed C. Helps investigators determine what the person ate at his/her last meal 4. What stage of a flys life cycle are maggots? A. AdultB. PupaC. Larva 5. In what kingdom are maggots classified? A. PlantsB. AnimalsC. Fungi The answers are … species age


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