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5 Science Ch 1

abdomen beetles have a straight line going down this part of their body
aster autumn flower that has more than one flower head per stem. Its ray flowers range in color from blue and purple to white.
beetles type of insects that makes up one quarter of all the animals in the world
black-eyed Susan flower looks like a daisy with yellow rayflowers and brown disk flowers
bumblebee queen hibernating bee
daisy flower that received its name because the blossoms close at night and opens at dawn
drone male bee
drone fly insect which mimics bees
eight number of legs a spider has
female bees only bees that sting
grubs beetle larvae
migrate to move from one place to another with the changing seasons
mimicry the close resemblance of one plant or animal to another for some purpose
nectar sweet liquid that attract insects to flowers
nymphs young insects that look like a little adult
praying mantis long, narrow insect so well camouflaged that it may be mistaken for a twig
queen female bee that mates and lays eggs
ragweed plant that causes hay fever in some people . . . often confused with the goldenrod plant
thistle plant with prickly leaves and stems but a fragrant purple flower head
three number of body parts an insect has
Created by: Mrs_CC