Build-A-Bug Project

Build-A-Bug Project - the forest of North American where is...

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Group 5 Kayleen Wichert - helped make the insect model, co-wrote the paper Sarah Webb - helped make the insect body Michael Lane - helped make the insect body Lindsey Missel - helped make the insect body Jennifer Williams - drew the insect, helped make the insect model Brian Womack - helped make the insect body Every member of the group helped in idea session. 22 Classification Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda Class Gladioptera
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Characteristics: sucking and piercing mouth parts, only drinks blood, 4 pairs of legs and 1 pair of claws, 1 set of winds, venomous Common name: Gladiator Scorpion The Gladiator Scorpion has life cycle of 10 years continuous growth. It lives in
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Unformatted text preview: the forest of North American where is sucks the blood from anything it is capable of finding. A peculiarity is that it has neurotoxin venom that paralyzes its prey. After the Gladiator female and male mate to reproduce the female kills the male. Therefore, there are more males, 60%, while the females make up 40% of the species. There is a sexual difference between the male and female. The male Gladiator Scorpion has black wings while the female has red wings. It grows and develops starting as an egg, young, then adult. It molts until 2 years of age....
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2008 for the course ENTO 101 taught by Professor Greenwood during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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