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Insect Communication

Insect Communication

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Insect Communication

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  1. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication

  2. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication Insects make sounds to attract individuals of their same species or to cause a response in another species

  3. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication Insects make sounds to attract individuals of their same species or to cause a response in another species 1. Intraspecies -attractions/warnings with in a species normal activities, such as eating or flying - mosquitoes tapping sounds - beetles stridulation ( rubbing of body parts) - crickets vibrating membrane - cicadas

  4. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication Insects make sounds to attract individuals of their same species or to cause a response in another species 2. Interspecies-attractions/warnings between species sounds made that alert predators of prey – sound of termites, carpenter ants chewing wood alerts woodpecker of food source

  5. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication Insects make sounds to attract individuals of their same species or to cause a response in another species http://www.naturesongs.com/insects.html - http://www.naturesongs.com/insects.html

  6. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication insects communicate with chemicals that are secreted by the insect's glands into the environment

  7. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication insects communicate with chemicals that are secreted by the insect's glands into the environment pheromones are chemical messages for members of the same species.

  8. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication pheromones that are used as attractants for members of the opposite sex of a species are called sex pheromones. may attract males more than four miles away pheromones that are released to attract many individuals of both sexes are called aggregation pheromones pheromones that are released by insects that are disturbed or threatened are called alarm pheromones

  9. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication may attract males more than four miles away pheromones that are released to attract many individuals of both sexes are called aggregation pheromones pheromones that are released by insects that are disturbed or threatened are called alarm pheromones trail pheromones are used as a road map for finding food

  10. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication allomones are messages that are directed towards different species for defensive purposes they are used to protect one species from the attacks of another

  11. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication kairomones are chemicals sent that benefit the receiver such as an odor that a parasite uses to find its host

  12. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication Several kinds of flies, beetles, butterflies can make light for the purpose finding a mate.

  13. Insect Communication A. Sound Communication 1.intraspecies 2.interspecies B. Chemical Communication 1.pheromones 2.allomones 3.kairomones C. Visual Communication D. Tactile Communication tactile communication involves touching the antennae and mouth parts Touching can be used for communicating food locations and recognizing nest mates The waggle dance of the honey bee involves an advanced form of touch communication. A scout bee that locates a new field of flowers will return to the hive and perform a waggle dance on the vertical comb.