Difference between revisions of "Rasping"

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1. mouthparts that are rough and used to scrape a surface to feed.<br>
 
1. mouthparts that are rough and used to scrape a surface to feed.<br>
http://www.floridafisheries.com/images/fish-pic/lamprey-mouth.jpg
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http://ipm.ncsu.edu/cotton/insectcorner/photos/images/Thrips_single2.jpg
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The lamprey, as shown above, has much rasping in its mouth, which is very helpful when eating or in defense.
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Thrips are insects that feed by rasping.
  
www.floridafisheries.com
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Source: http://ipm.ncsu.edu/

Revision as of 15:01, 5 December 2005


1. mouthparts that are rough and used to scrape a surface to feed.
Thrips_single2.jpg

Thrips are insects that feed by rasping.

Source: http://ipm.ncsu.edu/