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Question 1 of 15
What organ on the larva produces silk?
Question 2 of 15
On what part of the larva's body are the prolegs?
Question 3 of 15
How many eyes do monarch larvae have?
Question 4 of 15
What weighs more, a monarch pupa or a monarch adult?
Question 5 of 15
What is the name for the bright color patterns that protect animals, like orange and black monarch adults and yellow, black and white larvae?
Question 6 of 15
What is the first event in the molting sequence?
Question 7 of 15
Monarchs only use a sun compass and do not use a magnetic compass to orient themselves during migration.
Question 8 of 15
There is no difference between a parasite and parasitoid.
Question 9 of 15
What is the toxin that monarch larvae sequester from their milkweed host plant?
Question 10 of 15
D. plexippus is found in each of the following locations globally:
Question 11 of 15
Which monarch population has highest levels of OE?
Question 12 of 15
What is the term for a fertilized egg?
Question 13 of 15
How many larval instars do monarchs have?
Question 14 of 15
The technical term for when a female monarch lays an egg is called:
Question 15 of 15
Once a migratory monarch enters reproductive diapause, they will never mate again.
The Monarch Larva Monitoring Project is a University of Minnesota based citizen science project to track monarch eggs, larvae, and milkweed throughout North America.
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