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Vocabulary and Labeling: Key Vocabulary Labeling Illustrated by Leah Hofgesang Painted Lady Buttery Activities © 2015 Ward's Science Contact the Ward's Science Plus Us team sciencehelp@vwr.com Phone: 866-260-0501 Chrysalis - the unmoving stage of a buttery. It is a hard shell, shaped like an upside-down teardrop. Antannae - found on the buttery's head, used to taste the air and help with balance and orientation Molt - the process of shedding the old exoskeleton for a new one as the caterpillar grows larger. Caterpillar - the feeding stage of a buttery. It is wingless and wormlike. Metamorphosis - complete change of physical form as the buttery goes through 4 life stages: egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, and buttery. Proboscis - the buttery tongue, which works like a drinking straw. Exoskeleton- hard outer layer of insects that acts to support and protect their bodies. Compound Eye- made up of thousands of tiny lenses allowing the buttery to see in all directions. Meconium- red-colored liquid waste produced by the buttery while in the chrysalis form. abdomen abdomen 7 6 8 5 4 3 2 1 wings wings thorax thorax spiracles spiracles proboscis proboscis joint joint compound eye compound eye antenna antenna Can you label the body parts on the buttery? Fill in the blanks below with the words in the word bank.

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