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7th grade, monarchs

parts of a caterpiller head, thorax, abdomen, tentacles, true legs, prolegs, spiracles, ocelli, spinneret, mandible, tactile Setae
parts of a chrysalis silk pad, cremaster
parts of butterfly proboscis, compound eye, tarsi, fore/hind wings, head, thorax, abdomen, antennae, veins
what is contained in the veins of a monarch wing(3) hemolymph(insect blood), nerves, and trachae
exoskeleton? its function(3)? an external skeleton that can be shedded; holds everything in, to keep its structure, protects it
chemoreceptors? where are they found (2) little clusters of cells. found at the end of veins and at the end of tactile setae
senses chemoreceptors are responsible for taste, smell, touch
senses tacitle setae provide. how? hearing touch, by little hairs all over their body
differences between male and female monarchs male manarchs discal cell, females have wider vains, males wings are brighter, hooks an abdomen or notch on abdomen
Created by: lstmartin01