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The life-story of insects

George Herbert Carpenter

The life-story of insects

by George Herbert Carpenter

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English


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Statementby Geo. H. Carpenter.
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Open LibraryOL13926829M

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A brief discussion of the main outlines of the life-story of insects in the wide, evolutionary sense may thus fitly conclude this book. In the first place we turn to the 'records' of those rocks, in whose stratified layers are entombed remains, often fragmentary and obscure, of the insects of past ages of the earth's history.

Compared with the thousands of extinct types of hard-shelled marine animals, such as the. 16 The Life-Story of Insects secretion of the skin, is firm and hard, and densely covered with hairy or scaly outgrowths. Along the sides of the insect are a series of paired openings or spiracles, leading to a set of air-tubes which ramify throughout the body and carry oxygen directly to the tissues.

[Illustration: Fig. Head of a typical. Book Excerpt re must be a succession of cuticle-castings--'moults' or ecdyses as they are often called. When such a moult is about to take place the cuticle separates from The life-story of insects book underlying epidermis, and a fluid collects beneath.

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BHL works best with JavaScript enabled. Everyone is familiar with the main facts of such a life-story as that of a moth or butterfly. The form of the adult insect (fig. 1 a) is dominated by the wings—two pairs of scaly wings, carried respectively on the middle and hindmost of the three segments that make up the thorax or central region of the insect.

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The schoolboy watches the tiny green caterpillars hatched from eggs laid on a cabbage leaf by the common white butterfly, or maybe rears successfully a batch of silkworms through the changes and chances of their lives, while the naturalist questions yet again the 'how' and 'why' of these common though wondrous life-stories, as he seeks to trace their course more fully than his predecessors : Sai Epublications.

The Cambridge Manuals of Science and Literature THE LIFE-STORY OF INSECTS Other books already published in this series, such as Dr Gordon Hewitt's House-flies and Mr 0. Latter's Bees and Wasps, may be consulted with advantage for details of special insect life-stories.

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Courtesy of Project Gutenberg:. This story is about the life of a ladybug. The Little Ladybug crawled onto the leaf. She looked around and kept going. The Little Ladybug was very hung. You've probably seen plenty of insects in your life - bees, ants, butterflies, beetles, and mosquitoes - and you may even know that all insects have six legs.

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