Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, Sep 1, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
An excellent introduction to natural science features step-by-step explanations, a clearly written text, and brilliant photographs, as well as a succinct definition of insect metamorphosis, in an attractive, well-organized format. Reprint. K. AB.
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Adult cicada adult dragonfly Adult female Adult mantids adult mosquito adult moth become a pupa become adults become an adult Boxelder bug BRACONID WASPS caterpillar eats caterpillar looks cecropia moth change from egg changes are taking chrysalis cocoon crawling Dead leaf mantid devil after molting dragonfly nymph eats and grows exoskeleton splits feathery antennae female cicadas female mosquito green caterpillar grow in stages head splits open hickory horned devil inches long incomplete metamorphosis INSECT METAMORPHOSIS insects look inside the pupa Ladybird beetle larvae hatch lay their eggs look totally different Male moths mantid nymph MANTIDS Adult mantids eat mate Milkweed leaf beetle molting caterpillar mosquito pupa moth's MOURNING CLOAK BUTTERFLIES Nancy Goor nymphs hatch old exoskeleton PAPER WASPS pheromone Polyphemus moth praying mantid pulls pupa to adult ready to molt Ron and Nancy royal walnut moth skin dries spends the fall spring summer taking place inside trees wings wriggle wrigglers