The Monarch Butterfly (larvae) has adapted itself to eat milkweed plants, which are very bitter. Because of the food source, the butterfly begins to taste like milkweed to predators. This makes it so that predators don't want to eat them, and the butterfly is relatively protected from this type of predator. The Viceroy Butterfly has only adapted its color to that of the Monarch Butterfly, not its taste. This makes it unappealing to the same predators, thus increasing its chances of survival. This is known as Batesian Mimicry.
the monarch butterfly protects itself by its bright warning coloration. When a bird eats aMonarch butterfly, he will get sick and vomit it up. The next time, the bird will not eat a Monarch. The Viceroy butterfly also has similar coloration, but it does not produce the same somewhat poisonous chemicals that the Monarch does
leaves, and other plants. they eat the same as any other butterfly would.
The animal that has the same adaptations as a box jellyfish is a string jellyfish
A monarch butterfly in caterpillar form is about 5 cm long. The chrysalis is blue-green with a band of black and gold on the end of the abdomen. The butterfly itself has a wingspan or 8.9 to 10.2 centimetres which is the same as 3 1/2 to 4 inches.
There is a species of butterfly called the Queen butterfly. It's coloration mimics that of the Monarch butterfly. As far as butterflies having queens like ants and bees do, no there cannot be a queen butterfly because butterflies do not form colonies in the same way that ants and bees do.
The same amount of time it takes to boil wholemeal pasta
Yes,they are.The caterpillar is the young of a butterfly.
The monarch butterfly eats milkweed and is so bitter to the taste as a result that birds avoid it. The viceroy butter fly mimics the monarch (looks like it) and receives the same protection.
They have similar wing patterns as adults, to gain the same protection from predators that recognize the pattern as a warning that the butterfly is poisonous. However, the eggs, caterpillars, and pupae of the 2 species look completely different, and they are not very closely related to one another.
I think you're thinking of the Monarch Butterfly. Either way, no. The Monarch caterpillar is not fuzzy. The fuzzy orange and black caterpillars are likely from the Isabella Tiger Moth. Google both those species and you should get pictures, see if we're talking about the same thing.
The similarities between an elephant and a butterfly is both are in the animal kingdom, and they may also share the same ecosystem. The difference between an elephant and a butterfly is they are of different species. The elephant is a mammal, and the butterfly is an insect.
The same thing it would symbolize on any other person. http://www.whats-your-sign.com/butterfly-animal-symbolism.html
A sole or supreme ruler; a sovereign; the highest ruler; an emperor, king, queen, prince, or chief., One superior to all others of the same kind; as, an oak is called the monarch of the forest., A patron deity or presiding genius., A very large red and black butterfly (Danais Plexippus); -- called also milkweed butterfly., Superior to others; preeminent; supreme; ruling.
The Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is a member of the Nymphalidae family. It is a brush-footed butterfly. If you look at one up-close, you may not notice that it has six legs. Brush-footed butterflies do have six legs; the top two legs are just a bit shorter so you don't see them as easily. Monarchs are in the same family as the Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis vanillae).
the mosquito is unique and no other animals have the same life cycle. however, they have the same life expectanty of a butterfly but can live a little longer.
I would say no because it's caterpillar eats type of weed called milkweed it has a pousinis sap the queen butterfly has the same diet that's how they are poisonous.
You can have as many animal friends as you want, but you can only have one at a time. Unless you have clickables, then you can have your animal friend and a butterfly at the same time.There are four animal friends to choose from. Ladybug, dragonfly, hummingbird, and a firefly.
Fires death rays if a predator gets too close! Seriously, like all butterflies, the Monarch butterfly has compound eyes. Compound eyes give butterflies excellent color perception and motion detection. They can see objects above, below, beside, in front of, and below them all at the same time. Butterflies can see a wide range of colors.
Imagine a house made from blue Legos. This is your caterpillar; the color represents the DNA. When the caterpillar goes into its cocoon, it is like taking all the Legos apart and putting them back together as something different. This cannot change the color of the Legos. The caterpillar and butterfly are made out of the same cells, with the same DNA, just put back together in a different shape.
A caterpillar is the first stage of a butterfly, otherwise they are the same thing.
The Monarch butterfly has a black body, however the Painted Lady butterfly has more like a brownish body. When the wings are down both Monarch and Painted Lady butterflies looks like the same when the wings are down, but when the wings are up (when you get to pick them up with their wings) are totally different. go on this .comhttp://www.google.com/images?q=painted+lady+and+monarch&um=1&ie=UTF-8&source=og&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wi&biw=1521&bih=800Look at the difference. Look at all the pictures.
Yes dragonfly and butterfly have the same number of legs....
the same as a young butterfly
One way that I have used is to use hot glue. Be sure the glue is in the cooling stage and place a drop on a horizontal stick of wood or other porous surface (so the butterfly can hold on to) that is horizontal. Then carefully touch the chrysalis to the glue at the same point where it was originally attached.