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Slide 2 Beautiful Butterflies! Click on a picture to learn more about the subject. Click on the home button to return back to this page. Use the arrows to move forward and backward in the presentation. Life Cycle Butterfly Body Parts Caterpillar Facts Different Kinds of Butterflies Slide 3 Life Cycle EggLarvaPupa ButterflyLife Cycle Slide 4 Some butterflies can lay more than 1,000 eggs at a time. The eggs are very small. The eggs are yellow in color. -Gilberto Egg Slide 5 A caterpillar hatches from an egg. The caterpillar eats plants. -Matthew Larva Slide 6 The caterpillar forms a hard outer case called a chrysalis around itself. The caterpillar is now known as a pupa. -Nick Pupa Slide 7 This is the final stage of the life cycle. The pupa is now a butterfly. -Jaekwon Butterfly Slide 8 A butterflys life cycle is about three weeks long, depending on the butterfly. -Gabriella Life Cycle Slide 9 Butterfly Body Parts Legs Body Eyes Wings Tongue Slide 10 Butterflies and moths have compound eyes. -Marvin Eyes Slide 11 An adult butterfly has three legs attached to its thorax. They have extra legs, too. -Destinee Butterfly Legs Slide 12 Butterflies have skinny legs. Butterflies have black legs. -Elizabeth Butterfly Legs Slide 13 Butterflies warm their bodies by sitting in the sun. Their bodies protect them from being eaten because some butterflies blend in with plants. -Brendan Butterfly Body Slide 14 The butterflies wings dry out after a while. The scales make butterfly wings colorful. -Savannah Wings Slide 15 They suck up the sweet nectar with their tongue. When they are not eating, the tongue is curled like a spring. -Phileisha Tongue Slide 16 Caterpillar Facts Slide 17 The caterpillar eats its shell when it hatches to get energy. Then it eats the leaf. -Kobe Caterpillar Facts Slide 18 A caterpillar eats plants and it hatches from an egg. Caterpillars turn into a chrysalis and after that they will become butterflies. -Coleman Caterpillar Facts Slide 19 Caterpillars shed their skin. The caterpillar eats plants. The caterpillar goes into the cocoon. After that, the cocoon breaks and a butterfly comes out. -CiAne Caterpillar Facts Slide 20 Caterpillars molt their skin five times. Caterpillars eat plants. Caterpillars turn into a pupa and then a butterfly. -Hayli Caterpillar Facts Slide 21 A caterpillar grows inside each egg. The caterpillar makes a tent from a leaf. The caterpillar munches and crunches all the leaves she can find. -Edmond Caterpillar Facts Slide 22 Butterfly and moth caterpillars have fourteen body segments. -Hunter Caterpillar Facts Slide 23 Different Kinds of Butterflies Green Beauty Morpho Butterflies Tiger Moth Striking Cattle Heart Swallowtail Green Beauty Forest Mystery Two-Headed Slide 24 Brilliant green beauty lives in New Guinea. It has a wing span of five inches. -Kassidy Green Beauty Slide 25 The group of South American butterflies called morphos includes some of the worlds most dazzling butterflies. The wings of species such as Morpho Cypris are often used for jewelry. -Kylia Morpho Butterflies Slide 26 Tiger moths have broad hairy bodies. They are known as wooly bears. -DeAyrreon Tiger Moth Slide 27 The striking cattle heart swallowtail, Parides Eurimedes, is still quite common in parts of central and South America. It can be seen from sea level to 5,000 feet, flying along the edges of rainforests. -Keirstyn Striking Cattle Heart Swallowtail Slide 28 The brilliant green beauty butterfly reminds me of a dragonfly with its long yellow bottom torso. Its beautiful long wings help it fly. It feels around with its long antennae. It has two wing sections. -Kayleigh Brilliant Green Beauty Slide 29 The forest mystery is a beautiful butterfly. It is mostly found in New Guinea. -Madeleine Forest Mystery Slide 30 The two headed butterfly can see from both sides. The female has two whiskers and two legs. The male has two whiskers and no legs. -Christian Two-Headed Butterfly Slide 31 Created by: Mrs. Pfaffs 2nd Grade class with Mrs. Dostal Lincoln School 2009