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Hard, outer wings of insects such as beetles. SHELL-LIKE
Animals with no internal support structures. INVERTEBRATE
Insect sensory organ. ANTENNAE
Hard covering on the outside of an insect’s body. EXOSKELETON
The science of classifying insects based on characteristics. TAXONOMY
The quiet stage of an insect’s development. PUPA
Clear wings with visible veins such as wasps. MEMBRANEOUS
Powdery parts of butterfly and moth wings. SCALES
The process of shedding skin to grow bigger. MOLTING
What characteristics could be used to determine insect orders? Type of wings Where they lay eggs Type of metamorphosis Color How their wings fold
Insect body part that holds the eyes, mouthparts, and antennae. HEAD
Specialized structure used for feeding. MOUTHPART
The “eardrum” of an insect. TYMPANUM
A person who studies insects. ENTOMOLOGIST
Insects cooperating and working together in order to survive. SOCIAL (COLONY)
The ability to survive in a changing environment. ADAPTATION
The rubbing of body parts together to make sounds. STRIDULATION
The material that makes up the exoskeleton of an insect. CHITIN
Special sound-makers on the abdomens of some insects. TYMBALS
All insects begin their life cycle in this stage. EGG
Jaw-like mouthparts used for feeding and communicating. MANDIBLES
List 2 reasons why insects make sound. COMMUNICATE ATTRACT MATES DEFEND TERRITORY SCARE PREDATORS
Insect body part where the legs and wings are attached. THORAX
The most populous and varied class of organisms in the animal kingdom. INSECTS
Type of metamorphosis with four stages. COMPLETE
The second stage of complete metamorphosis; caterpillar or grub-like stage. LARVA
Invertebrate with an exoskeleton and jointed legs. ARTHROPOD
List 3 ways in which an insect can be harmful. DESTROY CROPS PARASITIC CARRY DISEASE
All insects end their life cycle in this stage. ADULT
Small air holes an insect uses to breathe. SPIRACLES
Long, tube-like mouthpart, that takes up food like a straw. PROBOSCIS (SIPHONING)
The life cycle of an insect. METAMORPHOSIS
Special group (order) of insects known as true bugs. HEMIPTERA
List 2 ways in which an insect can make sound. TYMBALS SPIRACLES STRIDULATION SNAP MANDIBLES TAP BODY PARTS ON SURFACE
Chemical scent insects use to attract a mate. PHEROMONES
Insect eyes with multiple facets (lenses). COMPOUND
All insects are classified into this kingdom. ANIMAL
An insect that does not have fully developed wings. NYMPH
What do flies spit on their food before they eat it? ENZYMES
What insect can reproduce asexually? APHIDS
Surrounds and protects a pupa during development. COCOON
List 3 ways in which insects can be helpful. POLLINATION DECOMPOSITION FOOD WEBS
Insect body part where the organs of digestion and reproduction can be found. ABDOMEN
Can you list the characteristics of insects? WINGS EXOSKELETON 6 LEGS 3 BODY PARTS SIMPLE/COMPOUND EYES METAMORPHOSIS ANTENNAE JOINTED LEGS
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