Morphology_Lab - Name _ PID_ Section_ ISB 201L Insect...

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Name _____________________________________________ PID_________________ Section______ ISB 201L Insect Morphology - Form and Function 1. Name the Order ___________________________________________________ Why do you hypothesize it might be functionally advantageous to possess so many hairs? Explain why it would be adaptively advantageous for bees to sting, despite the fact that they die after stinging. 2. Name the Order ___________________________________________________ This insect is primarily aquatic. Why might it be useful to have wings? 3. Name the Order _________________________________________________ What kind of metamorphosis does this insect group exhibit? What is a major advantage of having adults and immature insects within a group adapted to feed on such different things? 4. What do you hypothesize this insect feeds on, and what special adaptations does this insect possess that would support your hypothesis? This is the only insect group that can rotate its head from “shoulder to shoulder”.
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