Head: Antennae, compound eyes, proboscis, legs and torax
Abdomen, leg and hindwing
Abdomen & legs
Forewings & hindwings
Photomicrography Project Assigned specimen: Moth By: Angélica M González Sánchez BIOL 4997 February 3, 2012.
Objective Procedure• To practice micro- • Find a moth. techniques, • Put it under a microscopy and Stereomicroscope photomicrography by Apply the Whole observing and Mount technique. photographing an Reflected light will be organism assigned by used. Dr. Robert Ross for the Theoretical and • Adjust the light and the biomedical aspects of focus. Magnify the biomedical techniques image as desired. course. • Snap the pictures.
Online Data • Insect from the order Lepidoptera, just like the butterfly. • Bigger than butterflies. • Over 160,000 species of moths.References:leica-microsystems.comatlas-moth-detail.jpg