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Praying mentis is a good example of

  • Mullerian mimicry

  • Warning colouration

  • Social insects

  • Camouflage


C.

Social insects

Praying mantis (Mantis religiosa) is a large social insect. It has small triangular head, a long prothorax and abdomen consisting of 10 segments. The wings are well developed and the pincer-like forelegs are modified for grasping prey. It usually inhabits plantation areas. It destroys certain harmful insects so it is useful.

Praying mantis (Mantis religiosa) is a large social insect. It has small triangular head, a long prothorax and abdomen consisting of 10 segments. The wings are well developed and the pincer-like forelegs are modified for grasping prey. It usually inhabits plantation areas. It destroys certain harmful insects so it is useful.

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The departure of a individual from a population is called :
  • Natality 
  • Mortality
  • Immigration 
  • Emigration

D.

Emigration
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The number of births during a given period in the
population that are added to the initial density is 

 :
  • Natality
  • Mortality
  • Migration
  • Immigration

A.

Natality
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Ants give information to their companions :
  • by dancing
  • by secretion of pheromones
  • by making sound
  • by defecating

B.

by secretion of pheromones
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To live in groups is beneficial because :
  • feeling of security
  • can obtain food easily
  • Partner is available for mating
  • All the above

D.

All the above
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Population density is denoted by the symbol
  • N
  • D
  • M
  • D

A.

N
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