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Challenge #3 T. Trimpe 2008
Critter #1 I am an arthropod. I have four wings. I belong to the order Odonata. I lay my wings flat when I land on something. What am I? Dragonfly
Critter #2 I have two wings. I belong to the order Diptera. My larval stage is called a maggot. I might be found in your house. What am I? House fly
Critter #3 I am important to the environment. I was held in high regard in Egypt. I belong to the order Coleoptera. I like to roll dung into balls. What am I? Dung Beetle
Challenge #4 T. Trimpe 2008
Challenge #1 T. Trimpe 2008
Challenge 1 T. Trimpe 2008
Challenge #2 Can you identify the orders into which insects are classified? T. Trimpe 2008
Challenge 2 T. Trimpe 2008
Challenge 3 T. Trimpe 2008
T. Trimpe Challenge #3 What do you know about microscopes?
Challenge 4 L. LaRosa for T. Trimpe 2008
Challenge #1 Can you identify the orders into which insects are classified? T. Trimpe 2008
Challenge #1 Can you figure out the names of these invertebrates? T. Trimpe 2008
By : Jaylyn Hall. I’m an insect. I only lay 1 egg at a time but I can lay many in a single day.
T. Trimpe Warning: Some material in this presentation and related videos may be too graphic for some people.
How much do you know about bugs? Challenge #4 T. Trimpe 2008
Challenge 6 L. LaRosa for T. Trimpe 2008
How much do you know about bugs? Challenge #1 T. Trimpe 2008
How much do you know about bugs? Challenge #3 T. Trimpe 2008
Entomology Insects in Kansas Probably between 15 and 20 thousand species.
Life Cycles. Metamorphosis Process in which some animals change form at each stage of their life. Metamorphosis means “change in form”. There are two.
Challenge #2 Can you figure out the names of these invertebrates? T. Trimpe 2008
Insects By Sam and Shannon. Contents Page 1 Caterpillar Page 2 Bees Page 3 Dung beetles Page 4 Flies Page 5 Ladybirds Page 6 Glossary.
about J. Buob ~ 2006 Illinois State Learning Standard Goal #12.
What the Blow Fly Saw Analyzing Entomological Evidence to Solve Crimes.
O Words T. Trimpe Can you unscramble all the words below? Hint: They all start with the letter O. B T I R O1. We do this.
L. LaRosa for T. Trimpe 2008
T. Trimpe Challenge #2 Levels of Organization.
Can you meet the challenge? T. Trimpe 2009
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