Yes, they are (by definition) considered insects. They are in the insect order Lepidoptera and are classified with insects because they have a head, thorax, and abdomen. They also have three pairs of walking legs, antennae and a pair of wings-which are the characteristics of most insects.
An insect order for a butterfly is Lepidoptera.
A butterfly is an insect.
A butterfly is a insect
No, a butterfly is an insect, not a mollusk.
yes the Monarch Butterfly is the king of the insect world.
The Monarch Butterfly is the official state insect in Alabama. The legislature made the Monarch Butterfly the state insect in 1989.
A 'Butterfly' is a insect with large wings
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A butterfly is one kind of insect.All butterflies are insects, but most insects are not butterflies
A butterfly is an insect because it has 6 legs, Insects have six legs.
A butterfly is an insect of the order Lepidoptera.
No, the butterfly is an invertebrate and an insect, no backbones.
No, a monarch butterfly is an insect and not a mammal.
The butterfly is an insect in the Order Lepidoptera.
her fave insect is a butterfly
they are called insect because they are poisious
Butterfly (Butterfly stroke)
Maryland's state insect is the checkerspot butterfly.
The Texas state insect is a Monarch Butterfly.
No. It's an insect.