Butterflies Word Search
Type
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Description

metamorphosis
butterflies
caterpillar
rhopalocera
camouflage
chrysalis
proboscis
antennae
abdomen
emerges
mimicry
cacoon
insect
larvae
nectar
thorax
wings
coat
moth
pupa

Butterfly terms puzzle Crossword

Butterfly terms puzzle Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

The third stage of butterfly life cycle shaped like J
hard covering that protects and supports an insect
Another name for chrysalis
IL state insect
A species that can best survive in this environment
The number of legs that every insect has
Breathing holes that allow the caterpillars, chrysalides, and butterflies to breathe
The coiled feeding tube used to drink nectar
A scientist who studies butterflies
These found on head of butterfly for taste, balance and to find way around
Opening of silk gland found on caterpillar's lower lip
A set of wings; one attached on left and one on right, towards the rear of thorax
Life cycle begins when butterfly lays this
Another term for caterpillar; 2nd stage
Middle section of butterfly; wings attach to
Caterpillar changes into a butterfly' the change from a larvae to insect
Fourth stage of life cycle, It has six legs, four wings, and three distinct body parts
Set of wings; attached on the left and right, toward front of thorax
Method of protection when Viceroy can be mistaken for Monarch because markings are alike
____________ Lady, type of butterfly found in all 50 states
First of three body parts
Second stage of butterfly life cycle, another term for larva
Last of three insect body parts
Last of three parts of an insect's body

Invertebrates Crossword

Invertebrates Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

head foot
stomach foot
shell made of two parts
insects, crustaceans, and arachnids
several segments with a greater range of motion
protects organs
change in form as larva develops into adult
openings on abdomen and aid in gas exchange
invertebrates bodies divided into sections
tube directly behind the mouth
male and female
parts branch out in all directions symmetrically
two equal halves
brain activity
mouth part for invertebrate
protects thorax
internal support
segment behind the head
fusion of head and thorax
posterior part of invertebrate
parasites with long ribbon like bodies
slender bodieed parasites
known as wheel animals
fertilize dirt
parasites that live on the blood of prey
make pearls
move by sliding along a layer of mucus
gastropods without shells
tentacles that surround a more developed nervous system
terrestrial isopod
crustacean with broad carapace, stalked eyes, and five pairs of walking legs
large marine crustacean with a cylindrical body
eats wood
eats clothes
large green insect that feed on other insects w/ raised front legs
plant eating insect with long hind legs

Insects and Life Cycles Word Search

Insects and Life Cycles Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

complete metamorphosis
Metamorphosis
grasshopper
incomplete
arthropod
honeybee
housefly
six legs
abdomen
antenna
beetle
nymphs
thorax
adult
larva
wings
head
pupa
ant
egg

Life cycle terms Word Search

Life cycle terms Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

praying mantis
metamorphosis
painted lady
fruit flies
caterpiller
chrysalis
butterfly
tad pole
lily pad
antennae
parasite
insects
wings
adult
larva
nymph
pond
food
host
molt
pupa
bug
egg

Life Cycles Word Search

Life Cycles Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Inherited traits
Acquired traits
Metamorphosis
Individual
Life cycle
Offspring
Chrysalis
Tadpole
Larva
Pupa

Busy Bees Word Search

Busy Bees Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

worker bees
pollen
collect
beekeeper
proboscis
nectar
six legs
sting
cells
guard
drones
antennae
queen
swarm
larvae
stinger
hexagon
abdomen
insect
nectar
thorax
wings
swarm
honey
eggs
hive
comb
head

Arthropods Crossword

Arthropods Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Marine Crustacean that attaches self to different surfaces filtering particles from the water
Insect with four wings that collects honey and pollen
Hairy arachnid sometimes kept as pets
Insect with long hind legs that they use to jump and make chirping sounds
External opening with a bunch of pores with with gill slits behind the eyes.
Insect that light up the night
An immature insect that does not change much as it grows
When something moves from one region/habitat to another
Long and thin appendages on the heads of Arthropod and insects that are used for sensory
Brightly colored insects that fly and feed on nectar
Similar to grasshopper but are smaller; Makes chiping sounds with legs as well
A crustacean on seashores that have 5 pairs of legs they use to walk sideways.
Predators with eight legs who spin webs to captures their prey
Small round beetle with red or yellow wings with black spots that eat aphids
Insect that flies fast and have long bodies that take five years to reach adulthood
Outside covering on Insects and arthropods used for support and protection
Process when an arthropod sheds its exoskeleton
Mid section of and insects body which has legs and wings attatched
Inactive and immature form of an insect between larvae and adult stages
First stage of an insects metamorphosis
Class of mainly aquatic mandibulate arthropods
Class of arthropods with eight legs and a body divided into 2 regions
Females produce this round or oval form typically containing an embryo
Appendages that are paired and used for flying in some insects
Nocturnal insect closely related to the butterfly and is dull in appearance
Small insects that live in social colonies and have one or more breeding queens.
Family of large crustaceans with muscular tails and ten legs and large front claws
What many insect with wings do
Means : lack of a spine
Annoying insect; "She is such a _____ !"
Number of legs an insect has
Sugary substance collected by bees and butterflies
Sweet and yellowish brown sticky substance bees produce
These arachnids feed on the blood of vertebrates and can carry Lymes disease
Number of legs on an arachnid
Larvae of a butterfly or moth with worm like body
Small shrimplike crustacean eaten by larger animals, notably whales
Silky surrounding spun by larvae to protect in the pupal stage
Substance secreted by some animals that is poisonous and can cause illness or death
Arthropod comes from the word Arthropoda which is of what origin

Butterfly Word Search

Butterfly Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

jointed legs
caterpillar
scaly wings
exoskeleton
antennae
colorful
abdomen
thorax
insect
pretty
larva
large
three
wings
pupa
moth
eyes
head
legs
egg
six

Butterfly Word Search

Butterfly Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Hibernation Box
Mourning Cloak
Common Sulphur
Metamorphosis
Painted Lady
Entomologist
Compound Eye
Red Admiral
Lepidoptera
Caterpillar
Fritillary
Proboscis
Chrysalis
Milkweed
Hindwing
Forewing
Diapause
Claspers
Antennae
Viceroy
Monarch
Basking
Abdomen
Thorax
Scales
Puddle
Nectar
Insect
Garden
Female
Emerge
Wings
Veins
Pupae
Brood
Male
Legs
Head
Egg

World of Insects Word Search

World of Insects Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Metamorphosis
Invertebrate
Reproduction
Exoskeleton
Hymenoptera
Lepidoptera
Camouflage
Coleoptera
Entomology
Freshwater
Grasslands
Incomplete
Mesothorax
Orthoptera
Arthropod
Carnivore
Hemiptera
Herbivore
Homoptera
Nocturnal
Pollinate
Proboscis
Prothorax
Woodlands
Complete
Omnivore
Piercing
Six legs
Spiracle
Abdomen
Antenna
Aquatic
Chewing
Crypsis
Diptera
Diurnal
Habitat
Insects
Migrate
Mimicry
Molting
Odonata
Sucking
Animal
Thorax
Adult
Larva
Nymph
Ptera
Wings
Pupa
Egg