REQUIRES LIVE MEALWORMS. This lab investigates observation and inference. The paper is a half sheet, double sided.
Meet the mealworm. It's the larva (early stage) of the Darkling Beetle. You're more likely to see this insect in an old box of cereal than in the movies. But mealworms can still do some amazing things. First, you will get to know your mealworm and its natural behaviors.
Food: The beetles and larvae eat decaying leaves, sticks, grasses and occasionally new plant growth. As decomposers, they also eat dead insects, manure and stored grains.