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Which is the stage where the body of an insect changes from larva to adult?
a) pupa
b) larva
c) molting
d) nymph

The passing of traits from parents to offspring is called ____________________.
a) heredity
b) molting
c) instinct
d) behaviors

A complex behavior that is inherited is called ________________________.
a) instinct
b) acquired traits
c) heredity
d) molting

This is the part of the insect life cycle when the eggs hatch into caterpillars.
a) larva
b) pupa
c) nymph
d) molting

A person who studies butterflies is called a ____________________.
a) Lepiddopterist
b) inherited traits
c) acquired traits
d) larva

The actions of animals (may be inherited) are called _____________________.
a) behaviors
b) instinct
c) heredity
d) larva

Characteristics that are ____inherited traits_________________ have been passed from parents to their offspring.
a) inherited traits
b) acquired traits
c) behaviors
d) instinct

This is the stage of incomplete metamorphosis.
a) nymph
b) larva
c) pupa
d) molting

Physical traits that are not inherited are called _________________.
a) acquired traits
b) inherited traits
c) behaviors
d) instinct

When a nymph sheds its outer covering, this is called ____________________.
a) molting
b) behaviors
c) heredity
d) Lepidopterist

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