Incomplete Metamorphosis By: Victoria Fletcher & Sidney Webb
<ul><li>Today we are going to talk about incomplete metamorphosis. Incomplete metamorphosis has 3 stages. The 3 stages are the egg, the nymph, and the adult. </li></ul>Did You Know Did you know that about 12% of all insects go through incomplete metamorphosis?
The Egg <ul><li>First, a female grasshopper lays the eggs. The eggs are often covered by an egg case to keep them safe. </li></ul>
The Nymph <ul><li>The little eggs hatch into a nymph, the nymph looks like a small adult. Nymphs shed or molt there exoskeletons and replaced them with larger ones several times as they grow. Most nymphs molt from 8 to 4 times. </li></ul>
The Adult <ul><li>When the grasshopper reaches it’s last stage, which is the adult, they stop molting. </li></ul>