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Transcript of Monarch Butterfly
Butterfly Life Cycle
Main body parts :
Head: eyes, antennae, palpi, proboscis
Thorax: three segments
First segment -two legs
Second segment-two legs and two wings
Third segment - two legs and two wings
Outer Shell: Chorion, protecting the developing larva
Thin vein pigmentation and swollen pouches on the hindwings
Thick vein pigmentation and no hindwing pouches
Nectar from flowers which is about 20% sugar, provides most of their adult food. Monarch Butterflies visit many flowers for a source of nectar.
Monarchs need to obtain nourishment to maintain their body and fuel it for flight.
The eggs hatch about four days after they are laid.