Invertebrate Project

Invertebrate Project Research Template

Source #1

Title of source: The Butterfly Symbol Author: Date of publication: Date accessed (by you): Dec 30, 2019
URL: https://spiritsofthewestcoast.com/collections/the-butterfly-symbol

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The Native Butterfly symbolizes transformation, metamorphosis, beauty, balance, and grace. The butterfly is often depicted in Pacific Northwest Coast Native mythology as the companion, scout and spokesperson for the raven. Butterfly often helps the raven by leading raven to food sources and to creatures hiding from the raven. 

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– Symbolizes transformation, metamorphosis, beauty, balance, and grace

 

Source #2

Title of source: Amazing Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly

 

Author: Duncan Scott Date of publication: May 23, 2008 Date accessed (by you): Jan 3, 2020
URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AUeM8MbaIk

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Like all butterflies, the Monarch’s life cycle consists of a series of changes called metamorphosis

Life begins as a tiny egg

Young caterpillars are eating machines

Firmly attached to the twig, the monarch begins pupation

The adult monarch will spend its life feeding on nectar from flowers and reproducing

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– Changes in a butterfly is called metamorphosis

  • Stage 1: The egg
  • Stage 2: the larave
  • Stage 3: the pupa
  • Stage 4: adult butterfly

 

Source #3

Title of source: How can butterflies help the environment?

 

Author: UrbanMali Date of publication: March 21, 2017 Date accessed (by you): Jan 4, 2020
URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyYosN3pVcU

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Butterflies are a wonderful asset to have in your garden, since the pollinate many different types of flowering plants

Butterflies during their larval stage, feed of specific types of plant

Very sensitive to the environment around them, and this can be very helpful for us who live alongside them

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– Proficient Pollination

  • Checks and Balances
  • Environmental Measure

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