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Although, a more specific classification of a Mexican free-tailed bat is listed as aerial insectivore. This class uses echolocation to locate its prey, while inactive or in motion. Dietary needs of Tadarida brasiliensis, include but are not limited to moths, beetles, flies dragonflies, and wasps. Egg-laden moths contain a high percentage of fat, making them the main candidates for feasting by nursing female free-tails... ... middle of paper ... ...ed Bat Chirp Syllables: Bayesian Functional Mixed Models for Nonstationary Acoustic Time Series." Journal of the American Statistical Association 108.502 (2013): 514-26.
Females have thicker black veins whereas the males have narrower black veins. Monarch butterflies have 6 legs, but only uses the 4 hind legs to carry its body while the 2 front legs are carries against its body. The color display of contrasting colors are used to warn potential predators of their foul-taste and poisonous characteristics. There foul-taste and poisonous characteristic is due to the presence of cardenolide algycones which occur within their bodies. Predators of the monarch butterfly includes birds such as the brown thrasher, grackles, sparrows, cardinals and robins.
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The life cycle of a monarch revolves around the Butterfly weed plant. First the monarch lays its egg on the leaf of the plant. Once the Caterpillar is born it eats the leaf for nutrition. The Monarch caterpillar is striped black and yellow. As it grows and becomes ready to become a chrysalis by forming a cocoon it uses the plant again.
Adult mosquito starts float on the water surface and begin to swallow air when the adult is totally formed within the pupa cuticle (Clements, 2000). Adult mosquito has lengthened body and long wings and legs. It’s for the movement of solid bodies through air in stable form. The adult female and male mosquito use the sugar in plant juices as a source of energy. Adult female mosquito has a requirement for protein to develop a large total of eggs.
Basic Scientific Knowledge on the Topic: Before exploring further research into the topic of the goldenrod gallfly Eurosta solidaginis, the current knowledge on the research topic must be explored. The goldenrod gallfly Eurosta solidaginis is a parasite on goldenrod plants (D. Crowe, personal communication, 2013). Very small (approximately five millimeters), the adult flies are very clumsy and are very poor fliers. Adult goldenrod gallflies live for approximately two weeks, making their life all about reproduction. The adult female fly is identified by their ovipositor, which is an egg-laying tube that extends from their body (Abrahamson and Heinrich, 2000).