Ant, ladybug, spider

The first section of this program provides viewers a detailed look at the chemical identity of ants. Watching ants in their colony, students see how ant pheromones directly affect their behavior. The second section details the defense mechanisms of ladybug larvae and adult ladybugs, including their...

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Corporate Authors: Icotop Inc., Landmark Media, Inc.
Other Authors: Blake, Barry., Bonin, Laurier., Payette, Denise., Tremblay, Stéphane, director.
Format: Electronic Video Video
Language:English
Published: Falls Church, VA : Landmark Media, 2009, c2006.
Series:Animal science ; pt. 3
VAST: academic video online
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Online Access:Available via Alexander Street Press
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Summary:The first section of this program provides viewers a detailed look at the chemical identity of ants. Watching ants in their colony, students see how ant pheromones directly affect their behavior. The second section details the defense mechanisms of ladybug larvae and adult ladybugs, including their bright coloration, flying and the bitter taste that they give off to feeding predators. The third section highlights the predatory behavior of spiders using intricate webs to trap their food.
Item Description:Combines live action with animation.
Previously published as DVD.
Physical Description:1 online resource (22 min.).