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incomplete metamorphosis type of insect development characterized by a similar appearance throughout all stages of the life cycle
nymph immature form that lacks functional sex organs and other adult structures
complete metamorphosis type of insect development in which the larvae look and act nothing like their parents and also feed in completely different ways
pupa stage of metamorphosis in which an insect changes from a larva into an adult
pheromone specific chemical messenger that affects the behavior or development of other individuals of the same species
society group of closely related animals of the same species that work together for the benefit of the group
caste group of individual insects specialized to perform particular tasks, or roles
endoskeleton structural support located inside the body of an animal
water vascular system system of internal tubes in echinoderms that carries out essential functions such as feeding, respiration, circulation, and movement
madreporite sievelike structure through which the water vascular system of an echinoderm opens to the outside
tube foot suction-cuplike structure attached to radial canals of echinoderms; used to walk and to open shells
Created by: 100critter