Where do you usually find butterfly eggs?
You can usually find butterfly eggs in leaves.
In butterfly bottom
Butterfly eggs come in many different colors. Usually the butterfly lays her eggs on a particular plant and the egg either blends in with the plant or looks like a particular structure on the plant.
you can find them on a milkweed leaf.
Butterfly eggs develop outside the body. They are usually laid on the underside of leaves to hide them from predators.
yes and i would say there eggs are usually laid on a milkweed leaf
Usually the underside of the plant's leaf.
Once a butterfly is able to fly (it has to dry and warm it's wings after emerging from a pupa) it is able to fly just as well as an older butterfly. Butterflies are not usually considered as 'young' and 'parents', as they lay eggs, and do not stay around their 'young'. They usually die shortly after laying eggs. In short, yes a butterfly is able to fly as well as an older butterfly when… Read More
The female butterfly lays the eggs.
You can usually find lizard eggs in moist areas. I am not an expert, but I do have many lizards near my home, and, usually I find eggs in the dirt..
Adult butterfly dies and eggs become larvae. :)
The adult butterfly dies and eggs become a larvae.
Well, unfortunatly butterfly eggs don't turn into butterfly's. Butterfly eggs turn into caterpillars. It does take seven to twenty days for that to happen.
Fertilization of eggs in butterfly reproduction occurs during a vigorous mating ritual. The female butterfly then lays and abandons her eggs.
It is important to know the reproductive habits of insects. Butterfly eggs are fertilized inside the body of the butterfly.
you have talk to the butterfly and ask ' do you have any eggs' it will flap its wings twice for yes and once for no
A monarch butterfly can actually lay up to several hundred eggs.
Butterfly eggs are not amniotic. The butterfly egg has a coating of wax that will prevent the egg from drying out.
Butterfly eggs can vary in size generally ranging from nearly microscopic to about the size of a dime.
The eggs would not hatch if not fertilised by a male. A female butterfly will lay her eggs only after being fertilised by a male butterfly.
the butterfly lays the eggs
I assume butterfly eggs...
they lay their eggs on leaves.
No, only the adult (moth or butterfly) is sexually mature and can lay eggs. --------------------------------------------------------------------- A caterpillar does not lay eggs. A caterpillar is the juvenile of an insect like a butterfly or moth that when mature will lay eggs. ---------------------------------------------------------------------
you usually find them if you do leave them .
it is the life cycle of a butterfly
butterfly fish reproduce by laying eggs in the sea
They don't. For a butterfly to produce offspring and lay eggs, the eggs must first be fertilised by a male butterfly.
They usually lay their eggs on the underside surface of leaves. this provides warmth, without direct exposure to the sun. Additionally - positioned on the underside - keeps them hidden from most predators.
There is great significance of the butterfly eggs being laid under the leaves. One reason is so that the eggs can survive.
How many eggs a female butterfly lays can vary slightly by species. On average a female butterfly lays 100 eggs at one time.
It lay its eggs underside of a leaf.
the lochee fleet protect their eggs
as others say that a butterfly lay at lease 65 to75 eggs a year.
Grasshopper: Eggs, Nymph, and adult. Butterfly: Eggs, larva, pupa, and adult. Do the math.
No, a butterfly goes through metamorphosis it starts as a caterpillar
There enemy is deer who eat white turtle heads (the plants the butterfly needs) which have the eggs (butterfly eggs) on them causing the population to decrees making deer the main enemy.
They lay there eggs on milkweed leaves.
usually on the underside of leaves
There is no such thing as a baby butterfly, they are born as adults. here is the way it works. A Butterfly lays eggs, these eggs hatch into caterpillar's, the caterpillars seal themselves into pupa or chrysalis inside of which they grow into an adult butterfly, when the time is right an adult butterfly breaks out of the pupa/chrysalis a lot like a chick coming from an egg and you have an adult butterfly ready… Read More
By the size, the way it looks and the way it acts i know this isnt really specific but females are usually bigger because they have to carry eggs
They start as eggs.
they get them by the eggs
YES it does.
As long as a regular butterfly. They die after they lay eggs!
eggs (from butterfly) caterpilar (makes kacoon) cacoon (caterpillar changes inside) butterfly(lays eggs) here we go again
The extent of a butterfly caring for their young is to lay their eggs on a plant their offspring can eat. Monarch butterflies lay their eggs on milkweed.
it protects the eggs by sitting on and protects it from enemies
They turn into caterpillars and then they soon form into a cancoon and then transform into the butterfly stage.
A butterfly or moth.