Binomial Nomenclature: the modern system we use today to name organisms, binomial meaning "two names," includes the organim's genus (capitalisized) and species (both italisized)            Example: Proserpinus clarkiae
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here the female stores the males spermatophore
Fitness: reproductive output
low hill at the beginning of mountains
: also called ecdysis, the shedding of an exoskeleton allowing Arthropods to grow
Natural Selection: when organisms are better adapted to their environment they have a better chance of survival and are able to in turn, produce more offspring
family of plants of the order Myrtales
chemical produced by an animal that alters the  behavior of others from the same species
structure that comes out of the head that is used for feeding
protein build up of sperm that is released in multiple insects
Sphinx: the mythical creature in Egypt shaped like a half-lion, half-man that is known to keep secrets and tell riddles
Taxonomy: naming, classifying, and identifying different organisms
Triploblastic: three tissue types or germ layers consisting of the ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm
Tympanal Organ: hearing organ for insects
Vestigial: something that used to be bigger in size or more noticeable