Posts Tagged ‘life cycle’
Incomplete metamorphosis — what is that??
The majestic monarch goes through four stages in its life cycle — egg, caterpillar (larva), chrysalis (pupa) and adult butterfly. Insects that go through four stages have what is called complete metamorphosis. (Read about the monarch’s life cycle here) However, not all insects go through all four stages in their life cycle; some only go Read More »Read More
See the larva inside the indoor bee hive
Graphic from beesinfo.info When looking at the indoor honeybee hive at the Dickinson County Nature Center, take a step back and look from different angles. The honeycomb is shiny with lots of nectar that the forager bees have begun to bring in this spring, most likely from the plethora of dandelions that are in Read More »Read More