What are some adaptations of butterflies?

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There are two structural adaptations of a butterfly. First, the patterns on butterflies have changes over time to make them less noticeable by their predators. The wing size on butterflies have increased in size, so they can fly faster away from their predators.
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Butterfly
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera
Lepidoptera are holometabolous, therefore they have three distinct morphological stages; larva, pupa and adult. After hatching from the egg, larvae go through a series of molts as they grow. During each molt, the old skin is cast... More »
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