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- Teacher Hello. My students went to lunch and we will be ready for 12:15.
- Bugscope Team ok, we are setting up presets, we'll be done soon
- Bugscope Team ok, we are ready when you are, i've unlocked the session, you should see controls mrs. dapont
- Guest What is this?
- Guest why are they called antlions?
- Student do antlions lay eggs
- Guest can we see the millapade?
- Bugscope Team this is an owlfly larva -- it looks like an antlion
- Student When do antloins have babies
- Bugscope Team antlions lay egss
- Guest Who are ant lion pretadors?
Bugscope Team pretty much anything bigger than an antlion and that can live against the powerful and scary jaws the antlion has
- Guest How big dose a antlion grow?
- Guest how did the antlions get there names?
- Student what do antlions always eat
Bugscope Team they eat ants and other small insects
- Guest how many inches can an antlion grow?
- Bugscope Team antlions are eaten by larger creatures such as birds, rodents, even bears
- Guest weres ithead
Bugscope Team the head is in the middle of the screen. the things that looks like antlers are its jaws
- Student Why do anylions love to eay ants
- Bugscope Team the head is the trapezoid-shaped thing in the middle of the image we see now
- Guest are the antlions ok for pets
Bugscope Team i think it there are websites about how to take care of pet antlions, so it seems to be common enough.
- Student how big are they
- Guest Are there any bugs that eat people
Bugscope Team most insects do not eat people until the people are dead
- Student Why did you make this website
Bugscope Team to help educate young people
- Bugscope Team the owlfly larva is currently lying on it's back
- Guest How come ant lions suck the juice out of an ant then throw out the body
- Guest How many eggs dose a antlion lay per year?
- Guest is an antlion 100 times bigger than an ant
- Guest what are the bumps
Bugscope Team if you take the mag up you will be able to see what the bumps on the head really are
- Guest do antlions loose their teeth like us and then grow them back?
Bugscope Team they dont have teeth, but insect can grow back bodyparts if they have anymore molts left
- Guest where do most antlions live?
Bugscope Team most antlions live in places with sandy soil where they can build their funnel-like traps
- Guest how old are insects?
- Guest what animals are the antlion good with
- Guest do you have any pictures of antlions?
Bugscope Team there are probably images of antions on our web site -- we have looked at them before
- Student are antlions blind
- Student why do antlion cocoons resemble rabbit droppings and M&M candies
Bugscope Team heh, i had no idea!
Bugscope Team the reason they look like rabbit droppings and candy rolled in nuts is that they are disguising themselves in things they pick up around their bodies
- Guest can antlions see color
- Guest how long do antlions live
- Guest do all antlions have wings
Bugscope Team antlions do not have wings unless or until they metamorphose into a flying creature, much like an owlfly
- Guest whats there habitat
- Guest can you change the picture
- Guest how many insects in the world?
- Student are the antlions blind
Bugscope Team they have very simple looking compound eyes, which usually means they dont rely on their eyes too much. They have lots of special setae (AKA hairs) that are used to sense vibration, like when an ant falls into their trap
- Bugscope Team mrs. dapont has control of the scope, she can drive around
- Bugscope Team mrs. dapont, if you want us to drive around, just let us know
- Guest How do antlions get its food
Bugscope Team antlions often build shallow pits that ants can fall into, and the antlion will be at the base of the pit, in the sandy soil, waiting for its prey
- Guest what are the hairy things for
Bugscope Team those hairs are called setae (see-tee) and they help the bug to sense its environment
- Guest how do they dig a pit
- Student how old do they live to
Bugscope Team antlions can live in their larval form for up to 3 years
- Teacher wheres the preset of an antlion
Bugscope Team we were not able to use the antlion today because it was still alive yesterday
- Student Can we see a picture of the big est bug you have
- Guest What is that circle in the middle?
- Guest how do antlions know when their traps reach the angle of repose?
- Guest can i see a antlion
- Bugscope Team we made the sample stage yesterday afternoon and the antlion was still very much alive
- Guest what is owl fly larvae
Bugscope Team they are very closely related to antlions. We put our owlfly larvae on here because your antlion was still alive and angry
- Student do you have any ant lion pics.
Bugscope Team we do not have antlions on the stage today -- you are controlling a scanning electron microscope from your classroom, and we can only see what is in the microscope for today's session
- Student Which state has the most anylions
- Bugscope Team here is a pic of an antlion: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Distoleon_tetragrammicus01.jpg
- Bugscope Team when they become adults (which look like dragonflies) they will probably live for the rest of the season and then die
- Guest what is the big circle
Bugscope Team that is its spiracle, which is a breathing hold for the insect
- Guest Do you think your job is exciting?
Bugscope Team yep, especially doing bugscope, it's a lot of fun
- Guest does your job pay well?
- Guest How do antlions grow wings?
Bugscope Team some antlions will go through a phase in which they metamorphose into winged creatures, much like dragonflies
- Teacher please turn control over to Teddy
- Bugscope Team teddy & halley have control now
- Guest how many bugs did you scope
Bugscope Team we have looked at a few thousand insects/bugs over the 10 years we have been doing this
- Guest how long is the life span
Bugscope Team in their larval stage they live up to 3 years, then they live in a cocoon for a few weeks and become adults and live for around 25 days
- Student Who long does it take for a antlion to take full metamorphosis
- Guest have you scoped any bug that were cool to you
Bugscope Team we all like different insects/arthropods
- Student can we see the millipede
Bugscope Team yep, ask teddy to click on the millipede preset
- Guest about how long does a monarch butterfly stay in it's cacoon
Bugscope Team it is about 2 weeks long
- Bugscope Team I like earwigs and ticks, especially
- Guest what made you interested in bugs
- Teacher Teddy isn't getting signals to control
Bugscope Team sorry, i'll try again
- Guest how big can antlions get?
Bugscope Team Annie, this morning, said she had seen them 3 inches long.
- Bugscope Team Teddy should be able to control the 'scope now.
- Guest How come when an ant lion gets hungrier the deeper they make their pit?
- Guest how many antlions do you have
Bugscope Team We have one in the freezer right now.
- Student Have you scoped a spider?
Bugscope Team yes and they are very cool to image. Though sometimes they like to explode a little in the microscope and ruin the vacuum
Bugscope Team we have looked at many spiders
- Bugscope Team this is cool
- Guest what are we looking at right now?
Bugscope Team this is part of the butterfly's head
- Bugscope Team compound eyes are very interesting, that's the large ball like thing
- Bugscope Team this is the head of a butterfly, and you can see its compound eye
- Guest how did the antlion get its name?
Bugscope Team antlions are called antlions because they seem particularly fond of ants and feed on them
- Bugscope Team all those bumps are individual facets of the compound eye, called ommatidia
- Student can a butterfly see or can he hear
Bugscope Team a butterfly relies a lot of sight. It has HUGE compound eyes thats sees almost 260 degrees around. It also relies a lot on smells using its antennae and other special hairs on its body
- Guest how can you tell if it is a girl or boy
Bugscope Team with some insects, the female is larger; with some butterflies, the pattern of the wings is different; with some flies, the eyes of a female are far apart whereas those of a male are close together; with some insects you cannot differentiate the sexes externally
- Student Why does a flies head have hexegons on it
Bugscope Team those hexagons are part of the compound eye, and they are shaped that way so the eye can be curved. if they were just squares, then it would curve real good
- Guest do you know weather antlions leave their babies or protect them?
Bugscope Team they leave their eggs behind
- Guest can they see color
- Guest how do you like working at Bugscope?
Bugscope Team i like it very much, especially when the students are as cool as you kids!
- Student why does the cattipiller leg look like it has claws
Bugscope Team it does have claws -- lots of tiny claws called crochets!
- Student what are the spikey things for
- Guest what are the leg things
- Guest are those big long things in front?
- Bugscope Team the legs we are looking at are called 'prolegs'
- Guest what are the pointy things
Bugscope Team the pointy things were claws called crochets
- Bugscope Team tori, you now have control
- Bugscope Team Tori and Brooklyn have control now.
- Student what is this
- Guest what is your favret bug?
Bugscope Team mine would be a praying mantis because they have cool front legs and a really alien-looking head!
- Bugscope Team these are tiny flattened setae on what resembles an eyespot on a chrysalis from your school
- Guest what are we looking at now?
- Guest Why do antlions live in sandy areas
Bugscope Team it is easy to build shallow pits in sand to trap ants and other insects
- Guest what are those twig like things
- Bugscope Team the flattened setae remind us of tenent setae on a fly's claws
- Guest do you have any hissing cokroaches?
Bugscope Team Hissing cockroaches are almost too big to look at with Bugscope
- Guest what is that
- Bugscope Team this is the mouth of the fly
- Guest is that a mouth
Bugscope Team yep!
- Student why are there manyhairs on the face
Bugscope Team the hairs (setae) help the fly feel and taste what it might be eating
Bugscope Team well, those hairs also help the fly to sense its environment. some of the hairs might be chemosensory, which means they are able to smell the environment, to aid the fly in feeding and surviving
- Bugscope Team this fly has sponging/sucking mouthparts
- Guest what is the haer on the flys toung?
- Student can a house fly lay eggs or does it have normal birth
Bugscope Team it lays eggs
- Guest are those hairs on it`s body
- Guest how powerful is your microscope
Bugscope Team we can take publishable images at 200,000x, although we rarely go that high in mag
- Bugscope Team we have gotten houseflies that still had an egg attached to her
- Bugscope Team actually they were fruitflies
- Guest What are the bumps on the eye?
Bugscope Team those bumps are the individual eye facets, each one has a lens in it. the facets are called ommatidia
- Student why does it look like cow utters
Bugscope Team convergent evolution! not really; it just shares that shape
- Bugscope Team the eyes are on a stalk
- Guest why is it all bobly
- Bugscope Team ricardo has control!!!!
- Guest what is that cactus thing
Bugscope Team those are setae (which are insect hairs) that the owlfly has. They are pretty cool looking, and are most likely good for sensing vibrations
- Bugscope Team if you were an insect that covers itself with dirt and sand grains, it might be helpful to have your eyes on stalks rather than streamlined into the body surface.
- Guest why does it look moldy?
Bugscope Team It may be a little moldy...mold decomposes dead insect bodies
Bugscope Team well, sometimes they bugs get moldy and dirty after they die
- Guest How come ant lions suck out all of the juices of an ant and throws the body out of their pit?
Bugscope Team they get the best most nutritious part of the insect that way, like a spider does when it eats
- Guest can a caterpiller have babyes
Bugscope Team No, only full grown adult butterflies can lay eggs
- Guest is this an eye?
Bugscope Team totally. a compound eye
- Guest what is that pointy thing
Bugscope Team that's a hair (setae), and it's probably a mechanosensory setae, it senses wind to help the insect while moving?
- Bugscope Team each one of those hexagons has a lens in it
- Guest Why is there one piece of hair in the picture?
- Bugscope Team here we can see the hexagons you had mentioned much earlier
- Guest what is the little hair?
Bugscope Team that is a seta; it is likely there so that the insect can sense something that is touching the surface, or perhaps it can feel the wind
- Student why does it have a hair on it
- Guest what eye is this from?
Bugscope Team this is a butterfly compound eye
- Student Why does a butterfly eye have hexegons on it
Bugscope Team well, the eye is curved, and think about it, if the facets were squares, then it would be impossible to have the curved surface. the hexagons allow the eye surface to be curved. make sense?
- Student is that an eye of some kind
Bugscope Team yep, a compound eye
- Guest what do house flies eat?
Bugscope Team Almost anything...rotten food, dead animals, dung, sticky candy, crumbs...anything!
- Guest what are the little things that look like dots
- Guest why does it look like a inside of a bee hive
Bugscope Team well, that is a coincidence, both the beehive and compound eyes have hexagons
- Bugscope Team yes this is a compound eye, made of many different lenses called ommatidia
- Guest how can you tell if a caterpiller is a boy or agirl
- Guest how long can ant lions live
- Guest why does it look like grass and leaves
- Guest are antlions cooid
- Guest how arethose pattrerns formed on the last picture?
- Teacher please turn control to Emme
Bugscope Team emme has comtrol
- Student why does it have a hair on it
Bugscope Team the hair on the eye?
- Student Why does it look like it have leaves on it
Bugscope Team well, it's just a coincidence, those leaf looking things are setae or could be some dirt too
- Guest What year was the first insect recorded?
Bugscope Team The oldest insect fossill is 400 millions years old
- Bugscope Team The oldest insect fossil is about 400 million years old.
- Guest is it true that dogs can't see color
Bugscope Team yes, dogs are called dichromats, and see only two colors, kind of like red-green color blindness in humans
- Guest do antlions have posion in it
Bugscope Team No, I don't think they are poisonous, even to their prey
- Guest what was the first bug that died in your factory?
- Guest Why does this picture look hairy and looks like it has broken shells
Bugscope Team it looks hairy because it is hairy. It also has a lot of scales, some of which are loose
- Student why does it look so old and moldy is it beacause it is old
- Teacher what does max control mean
Bugscope Team well, that means you can't go in that direction anymore, whether its lowering the mag, or focus, etc.
Bugscope Team It means that we have reached the limit of what we are trying to do; in some cases it may be incorrect.
- Teacher thank you
- Guest Are antlions cooled blooded or warm blooded?
Bugscope Team they are cold-blooded
- Guest how can you tell if a bug is a boy or girl?
Bugscope Team sometimes it is easy to tell and sometimes you cannot tell at all from the outside
- Bugscope Team here, for example, we are at the lowest mag we can get to, which is 36 to 39x
- Guest do you have any reccomendations on books to read about bugs?
Bugscope Team there are many books about insects, and I would start by getting one of the guidebooks that helps you identify those in your area or part of the US. They often have descriptions that will lead you onto more interesting things.
- Guest do antlions have any history
- Guest how many bugs died
- Guest I heard there was an insect that sprayed poison, what bug is that?
Bugscope Team there are many insects that spray or drip toxic or bad tasting compounds, often in an effort to repel ants
- Guest do bugs have blood like humans do?
Bugscope Team yes they have blood but it is different from ours. It is said to be clear or greenish, they dont have red blood cells like us
- Student what is a sphereicle
Bugscope Team a spiracle is a hole on the abdomen of an insect. the air flows into the hole, and this is how the insects breaths!
- Guest how come ant lions are sometimes called doodlebugs
Bugscope Team because when they make their sand traps they leave circular marks in the sand, so it looks like someone was doodling in the sand
- Guest What insect has the most blood?
Bugscope Team probably the largest insect would have the most hemolymph, which is what substitutes for blood in the insect world. So it would be a goliath beetle, probably.
- Teacher please give control to Samantha
Bugscope Team ok they should have control now
- Guest Why do insects sometimes have different colored blood?
- Bugscope Team sam has control
- Guest what are the hairy things
- Guest What is the lowest tempreture that a antlion can live in?
Bugscope Team it is hard to tell; they may be able to survive freezing for awhile
- Student what is tje smallest bug
Bugscope Team those would be fairy flies which are tiny wasps
- Bugscope Team the largest insect but in larval form i bet would have the most bug blood since they are like giant caterpillars :)
Bugscope Team yuck
- Guest why is every picture dark and gray?
Bugscope Team the images we see when we use the scanning electron microscope are generated using electrons, not light, and the electrons that form the images we see come as signal that can be broken into greyscale values, not real colors
- Guest can aspider be really dangerous
Bugscope Team yes they can. black widows and brown recluses are dangerous in the united states for instance.
- Guest when are most bugs most active
Bugscope Team many insects are nocturnal, and I bet that is the time they are most active overall
- Student why does the chrysalis spiricle look like a lip with teeth
Bugscope Team thats what i thought it looked like! The teeth are actually hairs. spiracles are similar to nostrils on humans. It is a way for insects to breath. So the hairs keep out things that shouldnt be coming in
- Guest how do you know if noseems are real?
- Guest what is this picture?
- Bugscope Team this is the abdomen of a wasp i think?
- Bugscope Team move up and we can see better
- Student what is the thing sticking out
- Guest H
- Guest what is the most common insect that you get
Bugscope Team probably flies and ladybugs
- Guest does every anmial have eyes
Bugscope Team no they dont all have eyes. some ants and other critters that live mostly in the ground dont need their eyes so over time they evolved to not have eyes
- Bugscope Team we are at the end of the abdomen of the parasitic wasp
- Guest What does every insect have?
- Guest do some of the animals ever frustrate you
- Student in total of all the insects you get how ofen do you get the wasps
- Guest what is this
- Bugscope Team we are fixing the scope, just a second
- Bugscope Team ok, now we should be good
- Guest aRE WE GOING TO SEE A CALIPITER
- Guest it is good
- Guest Do antlions mate?
Bugscope Team yes they do, first they mate and then the female will lay her eggs in the sand and she will often go off again to mate some more!
Bugscope Team oops 'yes they mate, but it might be in their flying forms'
- Bugscope Team michael and sam are in control
Bugscope Team yes they mate, but it might be in their flying forms
- Bugscope Team go to preset 5 for the caterpillar
- Guest how many days does a butterfly live in a cacoon
Bugscope Team they live in their chrysalis state for around 2 weeks
- Teacher yes they still are
- Guest how put the picture here
- Bugscope Team hit refresh if you do not see the image
- Bugscope Team F5
- Guest what part of the boddy is this
Bugscope Team this is on the leg of a parasitic wasp. this is a comb that wasps and ants have to clean their antennae and eyes with
- Bugscope Team this is the leg of a wasp, showing us where the little comb is
- Guest At the top>
- Student what is the cracks behind the insect
Bugscope Team that is the double stick carbon tape we put the insects on
- Guest what are the hairs
Bugscope Team insects tend to be very hairy because they have a hard exoskeleton around them. they use those hairs, which are attached to nerves underneath to feel whats around them in their environment
- Bugscope Team this is the caterpillar!!!
- Bugscope Team you can see its eyes!
- Bugscope Team lots of eyes
- Guest does a antlion do a dace befoere mateing
Bugscope Team no, and they mate in their adult forms which resemble dragonflies
- Student why does it look like there is dirt on the head
- Student what are the hairs for
- Guest Are the eyes the little bumps?
Bugscope Team yes those are the eyes!
- Guest what are the fang things
Bugscope Team if you go up in mag you can see them better
- Guest How many eys does it have?
Bugscope Team i think it might have 5 or 6 on this side, hard to tell if there is dirt covering one or not
Bugscope Team looks like it has about 10 or 12 simple eyes
- Bugscope Team now you can see that there is dirt on the head
- Student how many legs would you think this catapillar has in total
- Guest is there a kind of food they can eat
- Teacher please give control to Devon
- Student are those handprints around the caterpillar head
- Bugscope Team devon has control
- Guest why do thay have hair
- Guest How long dose an antlion live?
Bugscope Team it lives around 3 years in its larva stage, around 2 weeks in its metamorphosing stage, and then around 25 days in its adult form
- Guest where are the eyes?
- Bugscope Team hairs are used in insects/arthropods to sense their environs
- Guest How many insects are in the world this year?
Bugscope Team whoa, lots and lots, more than i could even guess. trillions upon trillions. way more than there are people. millions more.
- Guest do you have a millpade
Bugscope Team we dont have a millipede in the microscope today, sorry
- Student what is this
- Bugscope Team it looks like the mag is too high to see anything
- Guest have you ever had a two head insect
Bugscope Team no but we have looked at insects with double eyes
- Bugscope Team I just moved us to the butterfly wing scales
- Guest why do insects need hair is it natural?
Bugscope Team those hairs are used to sense the environment, so they are critical to the survival of insects
Bugscope Team it is natural to have setae, which is what we call hair
- Guest those look like pickles
Bugscope Team heh but they are very small and flattened
- Bugscope Team yum, pickles
- Teacher please give control to Ria,Devons battery died
- Guest what are the lines in the butterflys wing scale
Bugscope Team the lines are ridges, part of the structure that keeps the scale semi-rigid
- Bugscope Team ria????
- Teacher sorry nickname is R
- Bugscope Team what is the login name of ria?
- Guest what do insects do to communicate?
- Guest how do antlions capture prey
Bugscope Team they make a pit in the sand that ants will fall into, and then the antlion jumps out and grabs them with its jaws
- Guest why are millapades called millapades/
Bugscope Team well, the name means thousands (milli) of legs (pedes), so it usually means a bug that has thousands of legs
Bugscope Team millipedes have two pairs of legs per segment, and centipedes have one pair of legs per segment
- Teacher nickname is randg
- Bugscope Team got it
- Bugscope Team cool, ria has control
- Guest how many insects are alive in your lab
- Guest Do you think bugs are cool?
Bugscope Team bugs are way cool dude!
- Student what is Brochomes on Ovipositor
Bugscope Team the stick we are on now that is to the right is the ovipositor (aka stinger) of a wasp. there are little brochosomes on it that only leafhoppers make
- Guest is that a leg?
- Guest have you ever test liken
Bugscope Team I am not sure if we have imaged lichen in the 'scope before
- Bugscope Team and centipedes have hundreds of legs, centi means one-hundred, and pede means leg again...
- Guest Do antlions carry poison?
Bugscope Team we do not believe that antlions have venom
- Guest do you have a deid chrysails
Bugscope Team we have a dried chrysalis in here that we have a couple presets for
- Guest do
- Guest do you enjoy bugs
- Guest does it hurt when an antlion bites
Bugscope Team i imagine it would, it would be like a small pinch though
- Bugscope Team I moved us to the chrysalis preset, one of them...
- Guest What is your favorite insect?
Bugscope Team I like earwigs, but lots of insects are cool. Weevils are often kind of cute. And now I like leafcutter ants as well.
- Guest are those twigs
- Guest what is that
- Guest is it hard to take pictures of bugs
- Guest do you have a dead chrysails to show us
- Guest but dont antlions have sharp teeth?
Bugscope Team they have big powerful jaws like our owlfly larva today has
- Guest What color do bugs see in?
Bugscope Team depends on the bug; some insects can see all of the colors we see plus UV light, which we cannot
- Student what is this
- Teacher randg lost control
- Guest what made you interested in bugs
Bugscope Team they are endlessly fascinating -- look at all of the questions they generate!
- Bugscope Team they look like antlers
- Bugscope Team ok, randg, try again...
- Bugscope Team randg, if it still isn't working, try F5 to refresh
- Bugscope Team yay!
- Bugscope Team oh, wait that was cate
- Guest have you always liked bugs
- Guest scot can bees see like humans
Bugscope Team bees see better than humans in some ways; they have compound eyes that give them much better peripheral vision as well as the ability to see in the ultraviolet wavelengths; they also have simple eyes on the top of the head that help they stay oriented with respect to the sun
- Bugscope Team this preset moved
- Guest whats this picture
Bugscope Team these are brochosomes, very small thigns that only come from a leafhopper
- Guest do some bugs scare you
- Bugscope Team fire ants have very painful stings
- Guest what is this?
- Student are these brochsomers on ovipositer
- Teacher explain leafhopper
Bugscope Team you've all seen a leafhopper, they live on plants and such, and they produce these brochosomes that are so small, it wasn't until an electron microscope looked a a leafhopper that the brochosome was discovered
- Guest how many bugs have tryed to hurt you while you were trying to examen them
Bugscope Team none for me, but i only want to look at them when they are dead
- Guest why are threre puple unnoticable
Bugscope Team they may not have pupils like we do, or like we see with praying mantises and spiders sometimes
- Guest Are those the leaf hoppers?
- Bugscope Team i know annie has gotten stung a lot while examining insects in the field
- Bugscope Team here is a pic of a leafhopper: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Eupteryx.aurata.jpg
- Guest what bug is blind
Bugscope Team some ants are blind, and often we see mites that are blind. ants get more information from their antennae than from their eyes; termites are often blind
- Teacher please give control to Emma
- Bugscope Team emma has control now
- Guest have you ever examined anything but inscects?
Bugscope Team we use the scope for many other things. researchers look at metals, bones, etc. lots of research happens on this scope
- Guest what is the stuff that looks like mold
- Guest What are fleas?
Bugscope Team those are the things your dog/cat gets
Bugscope Team fleas are insects in the order siphonapterak, which sort of describes a little bit about them -- they suck blood like little siphons, and 'aptera' means that they are wingless
- Guest facenating
- Guest is that a mouth
- Guest alex have you try to touch a bee
Bugscope Team heh, well, not really because i'm a little scared of bees, but they are pretty gentle unless you mess with them, so it would hurt. now some bees are bad, so don't go around trying to touch bees
- Guest what is this
- Guest are those hairy things teeth
Bugscope Team that is a spiracle, through which the caterpillar breathes as it metamorphoses
- Student is that sponges around it
- Guest what is this?
Bugscope Team this is a spiracle, which is a breathing hole for insects. we are on the butterfly chrysalis
- Guest thanks by!
- Guest bi i really injoyed this!
- Guest Thanks, We never knew half of the stuff we asked.You all are awsome!
- Bugscope Team thank you!
- Bugscope Team you all did a great job
- Guest Thank you for all of your time
- Guest good bye we will miss you love brooklynn an tori thankyou
- Bugscope Team mrs. dapont, all the chat and images are saved to your member page: http://bugscope.beckman.uiuc.edu/members/2009-037
- Bugscope Team spiracles often have things like teeth that keep big chunky pieces of dust out of the tracheae
- Bugscope Team thank you for all your questionds
- Student than you for spending your time with us! ;)
- Bugscope Team yes Thank You!
- Bugscope Team Good Bye! Thank you for connecting with us this year. Please come back again.
- Bugscope Team mrs dapont: you can visit your member page (http://bugscope.beckman.uiuc.edu/members/2009-037/) at any time to view the chat and images from today
- Student thank you for all your time!
- Teacher Our time is running out, so I want to thank you all so very much.
- Bugscope Team you are very welcome mrs. dapont
- Bugscope Team you all did great
- Bugscope Team any final questions mrs. dapont?
- Bugscope Team ok, i'm closing the session, nice job everyone! good work!