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Insect Antennae

Insect Antennae

Antennae, which come in a variety of shapes and sizes, are often constant within a group and taken into consideration when classifying an insect. For instance, butterfly antennae are usually long, thin, and knobbed at the tip whereas moth antennae can be much more complex and often resemble feathers.

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