Connected on 2011-02-28 10:00:00 from Montgomery, Texas, United States
- Bugscope Team Test
- Bugscope Team sample is pumping down
- Bugscope Team changed backlash correction again; see if it helps or causes problems
- Bugscope Team just a few more minutes and we will start setup
- Bugscope Team vacuum is very close
- Bugscope Team good morning! Welcome back to Bugscope!
- Bugscope Team we are making the presets for your session today
- Teacher Good Moring! Just wanted to make sure we are on the same time zone starting at 10am correct?
- Bugscope Team yes it is like 9:18 here.
- Bugscope Team that's correct
- Teacher Thank you again for this wonderful opportunity. The kids love it!
- Bugscope Team hey this is fun for us too!
- Bugscope Team Ms Reyes we may have an interruption of our ability to chat from about 10:15 to 10:30. There will be a tour coming throuh that we will have to help with, a bit
- Bugscope Team time like this where i wish i had an ipad
- Teacher Thanks for letting me know. My class will be here at 10:05am till 11:55am. We have lunch from 11:55am-12:25pm. We will be doing Bug Scope from 10am-1pm correct?
- Bugscope Team i thought it was until 12 looking at the calendar, but maybe im wrong
- Bugscope Team we had it scheduled for 10 to 12, but I think we can run 'til 1.
- Bugscope Team private chat does not work on IE8...
- Bugscope Team there's no firefox on that computer?
- Bugscope Team but it would be cool if we had an iPad for things like this
- Bugscope Team of course I wouldn't think of that. I'll go check in a minute.
- Teacher Thanks :)
- Bugscope Team bbl
- Bugscope Team Alex you can log in as your ownself, if you'd like
- Bugscope Team hello!
- Bugscope Team yay!
- Bugscope Team you can see the presets we made for Ms Reyes' classes
- Bugscope Team I want to get a standup desk.
- Bugscope Team presets look great
- Bugscope Team this is one of those Cephalodes ants with the flat top head
- Bugscope Team Cate made the stub and the presets
- Bugscope Team cate, you here?
- Teacher Hello! We are ready!
- Bugscope Team welcome to bugscope!
- Bugscope Team this is an ant head
- Bugscope Team check out the cool compound eyes on either side of the head
- Bugscope Team this is a parasitic wasp, now -- sorry Alex I just changed it
- Bugscope Team wasps, ants, and bees all belong to Hymenoptera -- they are closely related
- Bugscope Team New Caney you can choose from any of the presets on the screen to the left -- just click on one that you'd like when you feel like it
- Teacher Why do their eyes look like stereo speakers?
Bugscope Team well, the compound eye is made up of hundreds of individual facets called ommtidia, each one has a lens in it
- Bugscope Team those are some cool looking stereo speaker eyes
- Bugscope Team they need to be streamlined to fit the shape of the head
- Teacher How much does your SEM microscope cost?
Bugscope Team I believe it was $750,000 back in 1998
- Bugscope Team and they curve around the head so that the wasp has the best peripheral vision it can -- so it can see all around its head
- Teacher How much would one cost today?
Bugscope Team it might possiblye cheaper, but likely it would be close to the same
- Bugscope Team oops that should've said possibly be cheaper
- Bugscope Team there are hundreds and thousands of species of tiny parasitic wasps like this -- one for every kind of caterpillar and larva, practically
- Teacher How did you make the slides?
Bugscope Team these are not slides, they are live images from an electron micropscope, and you are controlling that scope live over the internet. when you change the magnification, or move the image, the scope actually makes that change live in real time.
- Bugscope Team the other day we had a parasitic wasp in the 'scope with a specialty of attacking cockroaches and laying its eggs in them
- Teacher Awesome!
- Bugscope Team yes as Alex says you are driving an expensive piece of equipment from your school
- Bugscope Team what Cate did to make today's sample was to stick all of the specimens down on doublestick carbon tape, on a 1.75-in.-diameter stub, and then she coated them with gold-palladium
- Teacher How long does it take you to make the images?
Bugscope Team we aren't making the images, the bugs are on a sample inside the scope, and you are controlling the scope to see different parts of the sample. there is no manipulation of images on our part, you are seeing exactly what a researcher would see if they were using the scope
- Teacher How come a wasp doesn't die after it stings you?
Bugscope Team it does not have large barbs on its stinger that keep it stuck in your skin, like a bee does
- Bugscope Team the samples you are looking at are in a vacuum chamber, and we are beaming electrons at them to get the images we see
- Bugscope Team I just clicked on one of the little ants...
- Bugscope Team this is one of the katydids you sent
- Teacher We got this sample from the Museum of Natural Science in Houston,TX
- Teacher Where do these bugs come from?
- Teacher Why are these bugs pink?
Bugscope Team the bugs are pink on your computer? on ours they are black and white, should be black and white
- Teacher The images are black and white we were going by the name
- Bugscope Team the images are black and white, that's because this microscope doesn't use color to gather the image, and since color is a function of light, and we aren't using light, there is no color
- Bugscope Team this microscope uses electrons to gather the image, it shoots electrons at the bugs, and those electrons cause other electrons to bounce off the bugs, and those bouncing electrons are collected inside the scope, and the intensity of those electrons are used to gather an image
- Bugscope Team this one for some reason had a transparent head, and inside you could see that it was pink
- Teacher How many legs do they have?
Bugscope Team well, all insects have 6 legs. so if you see a bug that has more than 6 legs, then it is not an insect
- Teacher Cool fact!
- Teacher Do we know what has the most legs?
Bugscope Team hmm, good question, i don't know, checking google now...
- Bugscope Team ticks, for example, go through a stage -- a juvenile stage -- in which they have 6 legs. when they become adults they get 8 legs
- Bugscope Team there is a millipede that is said to have 177 pairs of legs
- Bugscope Team Illacme plenipes, a milipede found in the state of California only, has 750 legs!!!!
- Bugscope Team we have not seen one, though
- Bugscope Team *got the milipede answer from answers.com
- Bugscope Team wow
- Bugscope Team ha so I was only halfway to the answer
- Teacher How big are the eyes on this bug?
Bugscope Team if you move to the eye you can measure it against the micron bar
- Bugscope Team this was the smaller of the two katydids you sent
- Bugscope Team now you can see that it is about 2 mm long!
- Bugscope Team just the one compound eye...
- Teacher Is this bug deadly?
Bugscope Team I think it is deadly only to plants
- Teacher If it bites you can it die?
Bugscope Team it might be painful, but these insects do not carry venom
- Teacher Sometimes when you step on a bug what is the green stuff you see?
Bugscope Team that is insect blood, called hemolymph, and it is usually clear, but it gets mixed with what is in the gut, for example
- Bugscope Team insects have an open circulatory system -- they do not have veins and arteries inside them like we do
- Teacher Where can you find these bugs?
Bugscope Team katydid's can often be found on leaves in most climates in North America and similar climats in the world. They feed on plate matter so that's why you'll see them haning out and chowing down on leaves
- Teacher About how big do they get?
Bugscope Team well, they vary in side, but they don't get huge, because they need to be able to hang out on leaves, and so if they are too big they would fall off and not be able to feed well
- Teacher Can they fly?
Bugscope Team well, i'm not sure, but i don't see any reference to them flying. they are closely related to grasshopper, so i think they do more jumping rather than flying. but i'm not sure.
- Teacher How much does the gold palladium cost to make these images?
Bugscope Team it is very expensive, the machine that creates the vacuum needed to coat the sample, the actual gases used, it can be very expensive
- Teacher can we see an ant please?
Bugscope Team sure, i just cliked on the mail ant. also, you have control of the scope, so you are welcome to click on any preset at any time
- Teacher can the queen ant walk?
Bugscope Team yes, the queen ant can walk, but i think a lot of the time she is sitting still inside the hive, yelling orders to all the worker males, who pretty much have to do everything she says or else risk getting in big trouble. it's a nice life for the queen!
- Bugscope Team i'm sorry, my chat cleared out, can you please ask your question again?
- Bugscope Team i'm not seeing any chat at all...
- Teacher testing?
- Teacher How big does the queen ant get and why does it hurt when ants bite us?
Bugscope Team the queen ant, depending on the species, may get to a couple of inches long
- Bugscope Team katydids can fly, as adults, if they wish
- Bugscope Team and the price of the gold-pallasium we use, because it is such an ultrathin coat, is less than $20, but the sources themselves are expensive
- Bugscope Team i'm back, had a problem with chat for a sec, but it's working again
- Teacher Why does it hurt when ants bite us?
Bugscope Team some of them spray you with formic acid, which stings
- Bugscope Team oops I spelled palladium wrong, back there...
- Bugscope Team this is the head of a wasp
- Bugscope Team I have the same thing, Alex, not seeing the chat...
- Bugscope Team I will log out and come use another confuser
- Teacher Why are wasps hairy?
Bugscope Team GREAT question. those hairs are used to sense their environment. since bugs have an exoskeleton which cannot feel anything, they have these hairs (called setae) which stick through the exoskeleton to nerves underneath, and that's how the feel things.
- Bugscope Team oh no!]
- Bugscope Team not sure if chat is working
- Bugscope Team we are sorry - - we cannot see chat now!
- Teacher Why do wasps sting people?
Bugscope Team primarily out of defense when they are threatened
- Teacher Is it true that wasps and bees can still sting when they are dead?
- Bugscope Team yes the wasps do not want you to bother them
- Bugscope Team but sometimes wasps sting insects to paralyze them and then lay eggs inside their bodies
- Teacher Is it true that wasps are attracted to the color red?
Bugscope Team actually wasps are said not to be able to see the color red
- Bugscope Team but that does not mean they won't attack something that is red -- they may see it as gray, for example
- Bugscope Team there are so many species of wasps that it is likely some of them can see red, as well
- Teacher Scot you make it sound so interesting
- Bugscope Team wasps and bees are said to be more attracted to the colors white and yellow, so it may be that something red is an outlier, does not belong, and they attack it
- Bugscope Team cool, a palp!
- Bugscope Team the reason they are attracted to white and yellow is because those are the colors, often, of flowers
- Bugscope Team this is a ladybug palp, one of the accessory mouthparts
- Teacher What is a palyp?
- Guest Hello?
- Bugscope Team hi chas!
- Teacher lookd like teeth! Hello CHAS!
- Bugscope Team there are usually two sets of palps, which insects use to taste (those little things we see are much like tastebuds) and to manipulate their food into their mouths
- Bugscope Team Chas it is working now, again. Alex sort of primed it by using IE6.
- Bugscope Team if you take the mag down you can see where you are on the face of the ladybug
- Bugscope Team insects have an exoskeleton, so they actually have a kind of shell, like if you were wearing armor
- Teacher Are those holes in its skin! Looks creepy
Bugscope Team well, this is the center of the palp, but remember, bugs don't have skin, they have an exoskeleton, and all the feeling they do is with those hairs. this palp is used to taste food, to make sure it is edible and what not
- Bugscope Team their skeleton is on the outside, and there are no bones on the inside like we have
- Teacher It is true that every dot on the lady bug is its age?
Bugscope Team not really -- dots are just dots and do not show the age of the ladybug
- Bugscope Team if you go down still further you will get an idea of how magnified this really is
- Bugscope Team so Yes like Alex said -- insects and similar arthropods have setae that are attached to nerves on the inside of the exoskeleton that help them sense their surroundings
- Teacher What colors do lady bugs come in and are they good luck?
Bugscope Team usually just reds and some yellows. I think they are good luck if you have aphids eating your plants, because ladybugs love to eat aphids!
- Bugscope Team now you can see that we are looking at part of the head of ladybug -- its jaws are to the upper left
- Teacher What is an aphid?
Bugscope Team an aphid is a tiny soft-bodied insect that infests plants and leaves and sucks juices out of them
- Bugscope Team ants sometimes protect aphids, 'farming' them so the aphids will give them honeydew from their cornicles
- Bugscope Team the cornicles are things that look like a dual exhaust on a car, but they are on an aphid
- Teacher Why are they called fruit flies?
Bugscope Team well, they like to feed on decaying fruit, so you'll often see them hanging out on a peach or something like that
- Teacher Are those hairs comming out that we see?
Bugscope Team yes those are bristles, or hairs, or setae, and they help the fruit fly sense wind speed and direction
- Teacher Why do fruit flies stick to the ceiling?
Bugscope Team if you look at their claws you can see that they have tiny sticky hairs near their claws that help them stick to the ceiling, where no one can smack them
Bugscope Team lots of insects have the ability to stick to walls and ceilings, they have special pads on their feet which either have some stickiness on them, or use a small force called the van de walls force which helps them to stick to things
- Bugscope Team some of the tiny setae between the ommatidia are broken off
- Bugscope Team the individual facets of the compound eye are called ommatidia
- Teacher Is it true that where ever the fruit fly lands it poops or throws up?
Bugscope Team heh, well, yes, but remember the little dudes are just trying to live their lives, they don't know that they are pooping on our food, they have a tough life and are just trying to live it they best way they know how
- Teacher Nice way of putting it!
- Bugscope Team this is a mean-looking centipede
- Bugscope Team sometimes we can see large pores on the fangs
- Teacher for sure!
- Bugscope Team when flies with sponging mouthparts eat (not all flies have those kinds of mouthparts), they spit digestive juices on their food, and their food dissolves and then they can sponge it up
Bugscope Team yum scott, you are making me hungry for lunch!
- Teacher looks like it has buck teeth on the bottom
Bugscope Team a buckapede
- Teacher Why does it look like a crab?
Bugscope Team they look like crabs in a way but in this case they are not related to them. rolypolies, however, are crustaceans like crabs
- Teacher Why do centipeds have a bunch of legs?
Bugscope Team if you had a really long body and wanted to get around swiftly like that, it would be perfect!
- Bugscope Team having a number of legs on their body segments also allows them to crawl into holes and still be mobile, whereas if they had only six legs and a long body they might get stuck
- Teacher on average about how many legs do they have?
Bugscope Team well, it varries from under 20 to over 300. an interesting note is that centipedes almost never have an even number pairs of legs, always odd...
- Teacher What do they eat?
Bugscope Team they eat insects, and when they get really big they can also eat mice and frogs, etc.
- Bugscope Team they paralyze their food with venom from their fangs, which we see here, and they use their other mouthparts to chew them up and and eat them
- Teacher How long do they live?
Bugscope Team they can live a long time compared to other bugs, 5-6 years sometimes...
Bugscope Team although part of that life time is spent in the egg stage, so that is a little misleading
- Teacher if a leg breaks off does it regenerate?
Bugscope Team if they undergo a molting process, as many similar arthropods do, they can recover their legs after molting
- Teacher Are they poisonous?
Bugscope Team yes they are, although little ones like this do not often bother people
- Bugscope Team when they bite and inject venom it can be very painful, and for a couple of days
- Bugscope Team but they do not kill people, from what I have read
- Bugscope Team how do you tell millipedes from centipedes? -- millipedes have two pairs of legs per body segment, and centipedes have one pair
- Teacher New Class they wanted to know about pink bug why is it pink?
Bugscope Team we think that it is pink because ate something that reflects reddish pink light
- Bugscope Team in the Tropics, where they can get pretty big, you would rather not have one bite you
Bugscope Team i was just looking at a picture of a centipede that is as long as an entire forearm: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Centipede,_Trinidad.jpg
Bugscope Team this link should work: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centipede
Bugscope Team en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Centipede,_Trinidad.jpg
- Bugscope Team the katydid's head was transparent! and we could see the pink through the exoskeleton
- Bugscope Team here you can see the centipede's antennae, too -- they are kind of flattened
- Bugscope Team antennae often collect lots of smell or scent information
- Bugscope Team this is the tip of the snout of the rhinoceros beetle you sent
- Teacher What is the bumpy stuff all over it?
Bugscope Team i think a lot of those bumps are just dirt and stuff, we call that juju
- Bugscope Team I named this one wrong, I am sorry. It looks much like a rhinoceros beetle, but it is a weevil.
- Teacher Why are they called a Rhinoceros Beetle?
Bugscope Team well, they are very big compared to other beetles, kind of like rhino's are big
- Bugscope Team weevils are also called snout beetles because they have a long proboscis, which is what the mouthpart is called
- Teacher It is true weevils are attracted to oatmeal?
- Teacher Why is it called a weevil?
- Bugscope Team they are called weevils, apparently, because long ago it meant 'small beetle.'
- Teacher JUJU is a funny name
- Bugscope Team my chat is gone again
- Bugscope Team so it looked like a rhinoceros beetle, because it had a long protruding snout like a rhinoceros, but it is actually a large weevil with a long protruding snout
- Bugscope Team sorry, i still can't see chat, not sure if this is working
- Bugscope Team here we can see its eyes on either side of its head -- the snout continues to the north
- Bugscope Team nothing nothing
- Bugscope Team this is so sad - we cannot see chat!
- Bugscope Team we are sorry
- Bugscope Team we type things and then they disappear
- Bugscope Team bizarre
- Bugscope Team this is a male spider
- Teacher Can you see this?
- Bugscope Team you can see two of its eyes, to the top
- Bugscope Team and you can see its palps
- Teacher How can you tell a male from a female spider?
- Bugscope Team hello!
- Bugscope Team we are unable to see any chat at all, and are trying to fix the problem... sorry!
- Bugscope Team ummmm
- Bugscope Team we cannot see chat at all; we are sorry
- Bugscope Team i logged out and back in and now i can see chat again
- Bugscope Team hello!
- Bugscope Team still not working for me
- Bugscope Team so sad
- Bugscope Team i just refreshed, and it's still working, yay!
- Bugscope Team yeah it is working now
- Bugscope Team we can see now! yay!
- Teacher Can you see our questions now?
Bugscope Team yes, we are back!
- Bugscope Team yayyyy!
- Bugscope Team heh
- Teacher Testing Can you see this?
Bugscope Team yes we can!
Bugscope Team yes, please ask questions away we are back
- Teacher Is it true that a spiders fangs are bigger than a snake's fangs?
Bugscope Team in some cases a spider's fangs could be larger than a snake's fangs
- Teacher How can you tell a male from a female spider?
Bugscope Team males often have large palps -- the round things we see in the center of the screen -- and those of a female are smaller and thinner
- Bugscope Team but sometimes the female is far larger than the male -- they are quite different in size
- Bugscope Team the males have to be careful because if the female is hungry or just feeling mean she might eat the male
- Bugscope Team actually a tarantula can be a foot in diameter too
- Teacher How big can they get?
Bugscope Team there are many different kinds of spiders, but some can get easily as large as your hand
Bugscope Team the camel spider is the biggest and grows to be about 1 foot long and has 1 inch fangs
Bugscope Team I'm sorry I meant the goliath birdeater tarantula for those sizes
- Teacher Are cockroaches attracted to light?
Bugscope Team they usually hide from light
- Teacher Why are cockroaches so big?
Bugscope Team cockroaches are just generally large, and it is probably in part because they can eat anything and adapt to almost any warm environment
- Bugscope Team Insects can grow bigger when the air around them is oxygen rich. This is why prehistoric insects were huge. .
- Teacher Is it true that a cockroach can survive without its head?
Bugscope Team they cannot survive very long without a head; obviously, for example, they cannot eat without a head
- Teacher How do they fit in little spaces?
Bugscope Team they like to hide from light. so they'll try to fit into dark corners and such
- Teacher How come some can fly?
Bugscope Team when they become adults they get wings; then they do not grow anymore
- Bugscope Team there's some really interesting group behavior in cockroaches, from wikipedia: In a study where 50 cockroaches were placed in a dish with three shelters with a capacity for 40 insects in each, the insects arranged themselves in two shelters with 25 insects in each, leaving the third shelter empty. When the capacity of the shelters was increased to more than 50 insects per shelter, all of the cockroaches arranged themselves in one shelter.
- Bugscope Team It turns out cockroaches don't follow that same oxygen rich growth concept though. They are just as big now as they were then.
- Bugscope Team they can also compress their bodies to fit in small spaces
- Bugscope Team many adult insects have wings, they just don't always use them
- Bugscope Team some cockroaches can survive with no food or water for more than a month, they are very hearty organisms...
- Teacher We will break for lunch from 11:55am-12:25pm. See you back at 12:25pm-1:00pm
- Teacher Thank you all so very much
- Bugscope Team okay see you later
- Teacher Do cockroaches carry diseases?
Bugscope Team they can carry bacteria. Often the bacteria they carry come from the spoiled/rotten food they eat. They then can transmit the diseases like salmonella or e.coli to utensils
- Bugscope Team but cockroaches aren't like mosquitos that carry the big nasty diseases
- Teacher Hello we are back!
- Bugscope Team hello!
- Bugscope Team Hello!
- Bugscope Team males feed on nectar if they eat at all
- Teacher Do the males don't really eat?
- Teacher Why do mosquitos eat human blood?
Bugscope Team the females only drink the blood and they use it to give them the energy needed to lay their eggs
Bugscope Team the female mosquitoes, when their eggs have been fertilized, are ravenous for blood because, as Cate says, blood gives them the energy they need in order to successfully lay their eggs
- Bugscope Team carbon dioxide is attractive to them
- Teacher What do the female mosquitos eat besides blood
Bugscope Team I don't think they eat anything else. Their mouthparts are adapted for sucking blood.
- Teacher Is it true they like certain types of blood more than others?
Bugscope Team they like the smell of some people more than others, apparently, but I am not sure how they decide
Bugscope Team scientists are working on what exactly makes people more susceptible to mosquitoes then others, but they find that genetics do account for it. Something about enzymes found on the skin
- Teacher Now on to Cockroaches
- Bugscope Team some people just smell more tasty to mosquitoes
- Teacher We sent a hissing cockroach did you get it?
- Bugscope Team yes it was very large, but I put the head on
- Teacher Can cockroaches bite?
- Teacher The hissing cockroach was from Madagascar why does it hiss?
Bugscope Team this is what it says on Wikipedia: This hiss takes three forms: the disturbance hiss, the female-attracting hiss, and the fighting hiss.
- Bugscope Team hissing cockroaches can make the disturbance hiss fairly early in their lives, and only the males make the fighting hiss, when they are fighting each other for females
- Bugscope Team hissing cockroaches do not have wings, even as adults
- Teacher Are bedbugs a type of cockroach?
Bugscope Team bedbugs are a species of true bugs (Hemiptera), which have piercing/sucking mouthparts; they are not related to cockroaches
- Teacher How much is in a case? That is a lot!
- Teacher How many eggs can cockroach lay and why are there always so many of them"
Bugscope Team For the american cockroach, each egg case has around 14 eggs in them and the females can produce a case in about a week. So during the warm months they can lay between 12-24 cases.
Bugscope Team there's so many because they are good hiders, they hide in the crevices of our homes, and prefer basements and crawl spaces
- Teacher Going on to the WASP
- Bugscope Team we are looking at chemo- and mechanoreceptors on the antenna of a wasp now; the thing to the right is called a placoid sensilla
- Bugscope Team many insects do a majority of their communication via chemical smells
- Teacher Why do wasps sting after death?
Bugscope Team If they do it may be an automatic response. Insects have a lot of preprogrammed responses to things. For example, if you touch the sensory hairs on the tip of the abdomen of a roach, it will start running without thinking about it.
- Teacher Can a wasp sting kill a person?
Bugscope Team yes, people can be allergic to the sting, and in the case of the wasp, they can sting multiple times. The thing about bee stings versus wasps stings is, when a bee stings they pump all the venom into one sting usually. The wasps can sting multiple times, but they are pumping out smaller doses than the bee each time.
- Teacher How many wasps are in a nest typically?
Bugscope Team in a social wasp species -- not all of them are social -- there can be from a few hundred to a few thousand wasps in a typical nest
- Bugscope Team oh and fire ant stings have to be looked out for as well
- Teacher How many times can they sting before they die?
Bugscope Team The average person can safely tolerate 10 stings for each pound of body weight. This means that the average adult could withstand more than 1,000 stings, whereas 500 stings could kill a child. I'm not sure how many it would take for a person who is allergic, probably not many at all
- Bugscope Team As Cate said, they pump smaller doses of venom when they sting multiple times, but they likely regenerate the venom after eating. wasps do not die from stinging unless they get smacked
- Teacher How long does a wasp typically live for?
Bugscope Team the queen can live for around a year. The other wasps live for up to a month
- Teacher can they paralze you?
Bugscope Team I think generally they cannot paralyze you unless you have an allergic reaction to the sting -- to the venom
- Bugscope Team a scorpion sting can paralyze the region of the sting
- Teacher When you first get bit by one you typically cannot feel anything can that feeling last forever?
Bugscope Team that would be nice, if you could not feel it, but that has not happened to me
- Bugscope Team when they sting other insects, such as caterpillars, they often do paralyze them
- Teacher How many eggs does the queen wasp lay in a day?
Bugscope Team A very good queen honey Bee can produce around 2000 eggs per day, but a queen wasp will not be anywhere near as prolific and will lay nearer to 100 eggs per day.
- Teacher Thank you all so very much for your time and fun facts. We appreciate you all and thank you for such a unique opportunity.
- Bugscope Team Thank You!
- Teacher We learned so much and thank you again for a great experience.
- Bugscope Team We are sorry about having difficulty with our program earlier today.
- Bugscope Team See you next year!
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