…traps to catch prey; burrows in wood, leaves or earth that have some character distinguishing them from other burrows; galls; special protection of eggs, etc.) Present one specimen of each.
6. Insects grow and many, but not all, change greatly just before they become adult. Rear at least three different species of insect from the stage preceding the adult one to that stage. Preserve the cast nymphal skin or pupal shell as well as the adult.
7. Make a Lubbock ant’s nest, install a colony of ants and record observations for one month.
8. Take full charge of a swarm of bees for one season.
9. Identify 8 species of bees, wasps or ants and describe the distinguishing character of each.
10. Make good recognizable photos of five species of spider nests.
11. Record the steps in the spinning of a spider’s web, giving date, name of spider, location of web and description of the various steps.
12. Identify eight species of spiders.
13. Identify 10 species of butterflies.
14. Identify 20 species of moths.
15. Collect a moth cocoon and take entire charge of the product of this cocoon through its entire life history until another cocoon is produced.
16. As above for a butterfly.
17. Make three serviceable six foot leaders for a fish line from gut raised by self.
18. Make good recognizable photos of 10 species of moths or butterflies.
19. Make a series of good recognizable photos showing the life history of a butterﬂy or moth; including its emergence from the cocoon.
20. Identify 3 species of mosquitoes; describe the life history of one, and tell how best to rid a place of mosquitoes.
21. Identify 20 species of insects not included in the above.