• Answer questions about Taxonomy in Part A of the Lab 6 Lab Report.
Cladograms and Binomial Nomenclature.
• Use THIS Cladogram (not the one above) and the information on the correct way to write a scientific name using binomial nomenclature to answer the questions in Part B of Lab 6 Lab Report.
Diversity & Classifications of Organisms within the Domain Eukarya
• Answer questions about organisms in the Domain Eukarya in Part C of Lab 6 Lab Report.
• Using the dichotomous key provided, determine the scientific name (be sure to write them correctly) for each butterfly below.
• After identifying the scientific name, research and find out the common name. Have you seen any of these butterflies before?
How to use the Dichotomous key.
• ALWAYS start with question 1, from there you are told to move to another question.
• In this key, if the hind edge of the wing is smooth you go to question 2. If the hind wing edge is wavy you jump to question 6.
• If you try to take shortcuts you will get the incorrect answer.
• If you have used the dichotomous key correctly than all 6 scientific names in the key will be used only once.
• Use the slides below to learn some basic butterfly anatomy.
• Use dichotomous Key below and the images of the butterflies to identify them and answer questions in Part C of Lab 6 Lab Report.
After you have submitted your Lab Report Via Google please go to Blackboard, select the Lab for this week and the "Grading Rubric" . Then select "Write Submission" and type in "I have submitted my Lab Report Via Google docs"
This will allow me to enter a grade that you can see on Blackboard in your grade book for each lab.