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- 9:38 am
- Bugscope Teampre-Bugscope... this is someone else's imaging session we're spying on
- Bugscope Team(9:35 a.m. Central Time)
- 9:51 am
- Bugscope Teamsample is in 'scope and pumping down
- Bugscope Teamnow 9:52 a.m.
- 10:03 am
- Bugscope Teamsetting up now...
- 10:09 am
- 10:16 am
- Bugscope Teamhello!
- 10:21 am
- StudentHi Piper
- GuestHi Max.
- Guestdo you like kittens
- Bugscope TeamHi You All! I'm making presets -- finding cool places on the stub for today's session
- Guest jack graves
- StudentHi rebecca!
- Studenthey ansley
- Guesthi brennan
- GuestHey Gabe. What's up?
- Guestnothing much how about you
- GuestJust at MasonFest. :)
- Studentrebecca can u see this?
- Studenthi piper
- Studentis piper on?
- 10:27 am
- Studentshe just got on
- StudentHi sophia hi rebecca
- Studentnice name piperness
- Studenthi pperness
- Studentthank you i came up with it myself... obviously.....pperness
- Studentshould have put duck dynasty in it somewhere
- 10:33 am
- Guestwho likes pie
- GuestWHO LIKES PIE answer
- Guesti chinese
- Guesti play joke
- Guestknock knock
- 10:38 am
- Guestsomebody please post
- Bugscope Teamladybug larva
- Studentcool china
- GuestMy Name is TTTTTTTTAAAAATTTTEEEEEE
- Guesthey china whats up
- Studenti love puppies
- Guesti love KITTENS
- GuestSorry Wrong Number
- Studentkitty on a road
- StudentMrs. Stevenson
- Guestkitty on a road
- Guestlets all sing the kitty on the road song
- StudentFLO IS A SNAKE
- 10:43 am
- Studentkitty on a road lalala kitty on a raod lalalal
- StudentI think so
- Guestif you like cats........
- Studentok just wanted to make sure it wasnt the Progressive person
- Guestthen you should eat a cat
- GuestI LIKE TRAINS
- Guestuncle grandpa
- Guestwhat happened to china
- Studentsophia what do you mean
- Guestha ha
- Guestha ha
- Guestdo you like cats
- Studenta sem
- Guestsophia do you like cats
- Guestyes i do
- Studentya know the progressive person Flo? the one in the commerials?
- Guestalec carter talk
- Studenttate, i do not like cats
- Studentoh i get it now
- Guestme to
- Studenti chinese
- Studenti play joke
- Studenthahahahahhhahahahahahh tate
- Guesti put pee pee in your coke
- 10:48 am
- Studentis piper looking at the other stuff
- StudentFor your Bugscope session we use the most common SEM detector, called a Yolo Secondary Electron Detector or SED.
- Studenttate is china
- Studentwhats up annie ray
- Bugscope Teamwe are ready to roll
- Bugscope Teampresently, Cindy2 has control of the microscope
- Bugscope Teamon the lefthand screen are the presets we've made for today's session
- StudentWow thats a lot
- Bugscope Teamwhoever drives can click on any one of the presets, and the microscope will drive to that position on the stub
- Bugscope Teamplease, also, feel free to ask us questions about the insects, or the microscope, or anything else
- Bugscope Teamright now we're looking at a piece of an orange butterfly wing
- 10:53 am
- Bugscope Teamwings are covered with scales, which are kind of like feathers
- Studentspots are spots
- Bugscope Teambutterflies, moths, silverfish, mosquitoes, and few other insects have scales
- Studentwhat r the spots
Bugscope Teamthe spots to the upper right are bubbles in the carbon sticky tape the specimens are on
- Studentwell they looked weird on this thing
- Studentwhat are the spots i know they are spots
- Studentwhat is that
- Bugscope Teamnow we've taken the mag up a bit, and you can see the individual scales
- Studentwhat r the feathery things
Bugscope Teamthose the scales
- GuestWhy is the end of one of the "feathers" frayed?
Bugscope Teamwhat looks like a frayed area is actually a bunch of sensory setae
- Guestthis is so cool
- Studentwhere r the scales on the butterfly?
Bugscope Teamscales are on the wings and also on the body, also on moths and silverfish
- Studentcool this is
- Bugscope Teamthis is the frayed area
- Studentwhy r they like in strips
- Bugscope Teamin all of these years I don't recall having seen these before
- Studentwhat are setae?
Bugscope Teamsetae are fine 'hairs' that have a number of different purposes to insects and other arthropods
- Studenthi tate
- Guestoh its a buttrfly wing
- Guestwhat sepecimen is this
Bugscope Teamthis is the wing of an orange butterfly
- 10:58 am
- Studentis the butterfly hurt?
Bugscope Teamthis is only part of the butterfly, which died long ago
- Bugscope Teamto the lower left we see the lattice of one of the scales
- Studentyes it is tate thing rex
- Bugscope Teaminsects do not have skin; instead they have an exoskeleton, like a shell
- Studentwhats lattice?
Bugscope Teamlattice is what you call a repeating physical pattern like what we saw there
- GuestWhy is part of the lattice split?
- Studentthis is awesome
- TeacherHi scot, can my students drive the microscope on their own computers, or do they have to use my teacher computer to do that?
Bugscope Teamone student at a time can be given the ability to drive
Bugscope Teamyou can let me know which student or guest you would like to give that ability
- Guestdo you know what it is
- Guestdo you know Africanus Longinamus
Bugscope Teamno. what is it?
- Studentrebecca wants to drive first
- Bugscope TeamRebecca now has control.
- GuestWhy is part of the lattice split?
- StudentDrive rebecca drive
- Guestit is a type of longhorn beetle found in peru
- Studentwhat is Aficanus Longinamus
- Bugscope Teamthe longinamus should be lowercase
- Guestit is massive, i have one and its probably the length of my hand
- Studentwhy do they have ridges on them?
Bugscope Teamwe have never seen these before, it is so cool, and I am not sure why they have ridges
- 11:04 am
- Bugscope Teamlikely they are flexible, but I really do not know
- Bugscope Teamthis is pretty high mag
- GuestWhy is the end of the lattice splitting?
Bugscope Teamthey can actually get frayed
- GuestGabe would like to drive
- GuestHave you conducted many studies on those ridges?
Bugscope Teamdude we have never seen these particular ones before. on scales we know a bit more about them
- StudentHow much is this magnified
- Bugscope TeamRebecca you can click on a preset if you would like
- Studentso we r the first looking at it?
- Studentwhat are those bros
- Guestdo you have a trap door spider that we could look at?
Bugscope Teamthe specimens on the stage today are all we have; this is live imaging, so we cannot call up other samples
- Studentgabe wants to drive
- StudentHow much is this magnified
- Bugscope TeamGabe now has control.
- Studentpiper, look under the pic and u will see.
- Bugscope Teama micron is a thousandth of a millimeter, a millionth of a meter
- Guestnow in chat
- Bugscope Teamthe ridges we see now are on the nanoscale
- StudentWhat is the max magnification you can get with a light microscope?
Bugscope Teamabout 1200 to 1600x
- Guestso what are we looking at?
- Guestthats crazy
- Studentwhy is it fuzzy?
Bugscope Teamwe're at pretty high mag, and there is some vibration, plus we are a bit far away from the sample stage; if we were doing this for research we would be much closer
- 11:09 am
- Studenti ment wind
- Studentbudderfly wing is cool
- Guestdo the scales have any pygment
- StudentWhat is the maximum magnification you can get with an electron microscope?
Bugscope Teamwith a transmission electron microscope, some of them, you can see atoms, so over a million x.
- GuestWhat is the maximum magnification that we can view with an electron scanning microscope?
Bugscope Teamwith this 'scope we can take useful images at and just above 200,000x
- Student tate wants to drive
- Guestwhat is this buttrfly
Bugscope Teamnot sure -- a little orange one Cate found
- Studenttate wants to drive
- Studentcool budderfly
- Studentwow incredibly describtive
- GuestHow long are the setae?
Bugscope Teamif you take the mag down you may be able to measure one
- GuestCHINA you spell butterfly b-u-t-t-e-r-f-l-y
- Studenti know
- Studenti like to spell budderfly
- Bugscope Teamplease remember that if you are driving you can select from one of the presets, on the lefthand screen
- Studenttate wants to drive!
- Guestcan we get a look at a compound eye?
Bugscope Teamask Gabe to select it
Bugscope Teamor I can do it for you, of course
- Bugscope TeamTate is now the Supreme Ruler
- Gueststop using hastags
- 11:14 am
- Studentthis is cool
- Bugscope Teamthis is one of the compound eyes
- Bugscope Teamthere's some kind of juju on the surface
- Bugscope Teamso it might be nicer to look at the compound eye on the moth
- Studentit looks like a golf ball
- Studentwhat insect is the eye from?
Bugscope Teamthis is a true bug of some sort; it looks like a box elder bug
- Guestwhat are the little lumps on the surface of the eye?
- Studentwhats juju
Bugscope Teamit's what we call stuff we don't recognize, usually some kind of dried fluid
- Studenti think its juju
- Studentwhy is it called juju
Bugscope Teamjust for fun, kind of a voodoo name
- Studentare all the hexagons like the eye lenses?
Bugscope Teamyes those are the lenses of the eye, called ommatidia
- Studentwhat is that hole
- GuestDoes the inside of the eye look like the surface?
Bugscope Teamthey're different, but some of them, when they're broken open, seem to have been crystals
- 11:19 am
- GuestWhat is the hole on the right?
Bugscope Teamthe hole is part of the internal support for the head -- it actually doesn't go anywhere. it's called an anterior tentorial pit
- Studentwhat are the crystles
Bugscope Teamthe components of some ommatidia, of some lenses
- Studentwe looking at a moths head?
- Guestyes sophia
- Guestwhats that hole
Bugscope Teamit's a pit that goes inside the head and actually functions to help support the bulbous shape of the head, like a sprue in sculpture
- Studentwhat is a ommatidia
Bugscope Teaman individual facet of a compound eye is called an ommatidium
- Guestwhat are the little hairs that look like grass made of?
- Guestis that the anttena
- Studentwhats a sprue?
Bugscope Teamit's a support that you do not see inside a sculpture
- Studentit looks like corn
- Bugscope Teamsprues, in sculpture, may have metal poured into them when the sculpture is cast
- GuestHow many cones does the moth have in it's eye cells?
Bugscope TeamI am not sure how many rods and cones.
- Studentnow it really looks like corn
- Guestwhat is this
Bugscope Teamthe background is the compound eye, and the fluted thing is a seta
- Studentit does piper
- StudentNow it really looks like corn.
Bugscope Teamthere's something totally cool on the grasshopper foot that also looks like corn
- 11:24 am
- GuestJack would like to drive
- Studentthis is awesome
- Studentjack would like to drive
- Guestdo not dethrown me
- Bugscope Teambecause insects do not have skin, but instead have an exoskeleton, like a shell, or like a coat of armor, they need to have setae that stick through and help them sense their environment
- GuestIt is time for a new era, O great Tate
- Guestah man
- Studentis there anything else on insects that look like corn besides those 2 things
Bugscope Teamsure, depending on how much you think it might look like corn; sometimes antennae look like corn
- GuestJack would like to control
- Studentcan we look at the grasshopper head
- Bugscope TeamJack is now the Supreme Ruler
- Guestokay jack
- Studentahhhhh (scream)
- Guestcan we look at the horsefly?
- Studenti dont like flies
- Bugscope Teamsometimes, when you go to a preset, it has shifted since we made it
- Bugscope Teamthat shows that this is live imaging...
- Guestyes china it is
- Student this is a bug
Bugscope Teamthese are the tenent setae on the pulvillus of a housefly
- Bugscope Teamthe pulvillus is a sticky pad that helps the fly walk on walls and ceilings
- Guestwhat does pulvillus mean?
- Guestit kind of looks like a rug if you look hard enough
- Bugscope Teamlots of insects have them
- Studentthis looks like sponge
- 11:29 am
- Studentboth rebeeca i think
- Bugscope Teamit's important for us, sometimes, to remember that we're looking at a dried sample, and it may not look quite like it did when the insect was alive
- Studentholy cow cakes
- Guesttis amazing
- Guesthow much bacteria can a housefly hold?
Bugscope Teamthey could be covered with millions of them, but usually we do not see them, or not often
- Studentthe claw is what they use to eat with or walk?
Bugscope Teamyes mostly to walk
Bugscope Teamor to cling to things, I should say
- Bugscope Teamthere are usually two claws
- Guestisnt the housefly one of the number one transmissions of disease?
Bugscope Teamprobably mosquitoes are
- Studentwhat are the tiny hairs used for
Bugscope Teamthey are sensory: chemosensory, thermosensory, mechanosensory. and some are not sensory but used for other purposes, like the tenent setae. some are used to help with thermoregulation. some setae are used for proprioception.
- Studentis it true that whatever a fly lands on, it throws up on it?
Bugscope Teamno. but that is how they eat, or at least some flies
- Guestwhat is your favorite insects
Bugscope Teamweevils, leafhoppers...
- Studentyeah i am confused along with sophia
- GuestWhat is the purpose of the white, horn shaped structure?
Bugscope Teamthat is the tip of one of the claws, which are usually matched. they are used to grasp things, kind of like the way we use our hands
- Guesti like rhinoceras bettle and the kitten
- GuestYES HA HA
- Guestwhat is the claw made out of ?
Bugscope Teamchitin, the same thing the exoskeleton is made of, kind of like what our fingernails are made of
- GuestMax would like to drive
- 11:34 am
- Guestyes dethrown him
- Studentwhat r weevils?
Bugscope Teamweevils are sometimes called snout beetles; they have long snouts
- Studentwhat does the KITTEN have to do with ANYTHING
- Studentwhat does a leafhopper look like
Bugscope Teamit looks like a baldheaded bug
- Guesti don't know
- Bugscope Teamleafhoppers are cool, like ironman, sometimes
- Guestlike a little grasshopper
- StudentI WANT TO BE RULER!!!!
- StudentSophia would like to be Supreme Ruler now
Bugscope TeamSophia you are now the boss, and then Max...
- Studentlike a boss
- Studentwhat is that spear like thing
Bugscope Teamnot sure, China
- Bugscope Teamsweet
- Guestmrs. renkas i has a question
- Bugscope Teamalmost all ants we see are females
- Bugscope Teamthis is one of the mandibles
- Studenthe has a mustache
- Bugscope Teamthe mouth opens like a gate, left and right rather than up and down
- Guestnot a mustache, per se, more of an unshaven face
- Studentare those pores
Bugscope Teamthere are some dried droplets of fluid, and there are also those same anterior tentorial pits
- GuestYes Brennan, peach fuzz
- Guestgiant water beetles are so cool
- GuestActually, more of a 4 o'clock shadow
- Studentwhat is this the mouth?
Bugscope Teamyes we are looking at the mouth from the front
- Studentwhat are the pits used for
Bugscope Teamthey go far into the head and support it
- 11:39 am
- Guestwhy not
Bugscope TeamAlec what did you want to know?
- Guestactually it looks like my hair... all fuzzy and buggy
- Bugscope Teamnow we see palps as well
- GuestWhat does the ant use to break up food, anything teeth-like?
Bugscope Teamthe mandibles, if we could look again we'd see that they have things like tines of a fork
- Studentwhat are palps
Bugscope Teamthey are feelers that function as accessory mouthparts and help insects manipulate and also taste their food
- Bugscope Teamthe pointy things we just saw were palps
- Studentwhat are the holes in the back ground
Bugscope Teampits in the sticky tape we used to mount the bugs
- Guesti will take it
- Studenti give up supreme ruler
- Studenttate is boss
- Studenthe is chocolate leaves
- Guestthis is SO COOL
- Bugscope TeamMax is now the Supreme Ruler
- StudentMax wants to be supreme ruler
- StudentSO COOL
- GuestSO COOL
- Studentso monchie
- Studentant claw
- Studenti have given up the royal life
Bugscope Teamhaha, maybe later again
- GuestMax, zoom in on the end.
- Studentwhat so the claws do
Bugscope Teamthey function kind of like hands do, for us
- 11:44 am
- Studentants have so much hair/fur/feelers
Bugscope Teamyeah it is surprsing, but it helps them sense their environment and also thermoregulate, and also eat
- GuestChina, An*
- Studentwhat is a arolium\
Bugscope Teamit is a kind of ball that can be inflated so the insect can hold onto small cracks in a surface
- Bugscope TeamOOF
- Studentwhats oof mean
Bugscope Teamout of focus
Bugscope TeamBye China
- Guestoh no
- Guestso cool
- Studentthat is so cool
- Studentwhats the pointy things
Bugscope TeamIn think they are sensory setae
- Guestits dying at this very moment
- GuestSophia, what are*
- Bugscope Teamoops 'I think"
- Studentare those bacterium
- StudentJack what is *
- Bugscope TeamTate is going extinct, the way of the dinosaurs
- Studenttates died
- StudentTates computer is DEAD!!!
- Studenttates back yeah
- Studentwhen you work in at high magnification, how do you adjust resolution or focus?
Bugscope Teamwe have a few choices, and one is to take the specimen closer to the electron source; we can focus fairly easily, just using a knob that moves the beam up or down in the z direction
- Teacheri'm back
- 11:49 am
- Guestno Sophia, "things" is a plural noun, therefore the verb has to be plural, too
- Studentwhy are they shining
Bugscope Teamoops missed that, China, sorry
- Teacheryeah its me tateasaurusrex
- Studentwhat iz that hole??????????????
- Studentdoes the microscope get hot? (my dad wanted to know)
Bugscope Teamyes parts of it are very hot -- it has an oil diffusion pump that can burn your fingers in no time
- GuestWhat is the hole?
Bugscope Teamthat is where one of the antennae used to be
- Teacherthe dinosaur is not extinct
Bugscope TeamI guess they're birds now.
- Studentwhat is the oval shaped thing
Bugscope Teamthe hole, you mean? that is where an antenna was
- Studentthere is a lot of hair in one place
- Teacheryes indeed it is jurassic park where i was created jack
- Bugscope Teamwe can tell, just from this image, that this is a bee
- Bugscope Teambecause we can see the branched setae
- GuestIf you use the microscope for a long time, with it overheat an shutdown? Do you cool it down?
Bugscope Teamwe leave it running 24/7
- StudentWHATEVER JACK I DONT CARE!!!!!!!!!!1
- Studenttate is moving to a dif. computer
- Studentin minecraft
- GuestI request supreme rulership/dom
- Studentit looks like a raisin
- 11:54 am
- Teacherwhat is that thing
Bugscope Teamthis is the juju inside the broken antenna space
- Studenta very moldy raisin rebeccA
- GuestHave you every put in a substance and it is so hot that it fries the substance?
Bugscope Teamthat part of the microscope is not hot, but the electron beam can cause samples to bend and heat
- Studenti dont want to eat that raisin
- Studentit has a lot of stuff to help it cool down
- GuestBrennan would like to be supreme ruler.
Bugscope Teamgot it, Dude
- Studentthis is what
Bugscope Teamnot sure, China
- GuestThe hole from antenna
- Guesthello i am the son of tateasaurusrex i come from a land called kitten greetings what is this bug
Bugscope Teamthis is still part of the bee, part of the inside of its head
- Guestwhat is this
- Studenthey son
- Bugscope Teamthis is cool
- Studentthis is cool
- Studentand wierd
- Studentand interesting
- Bugscope Teamthis is what insects use to breathe through
- GuestWow. How much can the microscope magnify?
- Guestwhat are the holes in the background
- Studentit looks like a knife
- Studentso if u put something in front of it and block it, u stop it from breathing
Bugscope Teamthere are a lot of spiracles, and the insect itself can close or open them
- Studentare those claws
Bugscope Teamyes those are claws
- Studenti agree piperness
- Guestare there any insects that breath through nostrols
Bugscope Teamnot that I know of
- Studentpiperness, so appropriate for school
- 11:59 am
- Studenta lot of insects have claws?
- Bugscope Teamthe pad here is an arolium
- Studenti know
- Studentdo all have claws
- Bugscope Teamit can be inflated to help the grasshopper cling to a surface
- Studentwhat r we looking at/
- Guestwhat are the flakes?
- Studentwhat are the flat leaf like things
- Guestwhat is tarsi?
Bugscope Teamtarsi are the final 5 segments of a limb -- the distalmost segments, meaning the furthest from the body
- Guestthe ones currently in the slide
- Guestwhat are the flakes
Bugscope Teamthose are scales from another insect
- Studenthow did they get htere
- Studentis that what makes the chirping sound?
Bugscope Teamno that is on the longer part of the hindlimbs
- Studenthow did they get on
Bugscope Teamjust because the grasshopper was stored with some moths or butterflies or silverfish
- Guestwhat do you mean by how did they get on
- Studentwhy are they there
Bugscope Teamscales are loose, necessarily; they help insects escape from spider webs
- Studentwhat are the spikes used for
Bugscope Teamgrasping things
- Studentwhat are silver fish
Bugscope Teamthose nasty little dudes you see running around in your house that look silvery and eat paste on the backs of your books
- Guestwhat are those broken egg looking things in the back ground
Bugscope Teamthe bubbles in the tape, you mean?
- Studenti thought silver fish where actually silver fish
- GuestAlec wants to be supreme ruler. Thanks for my ture.
- Studentare those caves in the bug
- 12:05 pm
- Guestwhat kind of insect is this?
Bugscope Teamit is a true bug, Hemiptera, with sucking/piercing mouthparts.
- GuestWhat is the tube like thing called?
- Studentwhat are thos pionts
- Studenthow long does the proboscis go on?
Bugscope Teamsometimes almost the length of the body
- Studenttype chat here
- Guestcan you give me this christmas please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
- Studenthow big r the true bugs
Bugscope Teamthey range from quite small to large, like cicadas, for example
- Guestplease i want the microscope
- Studentnon merci
- Bugscope Teamassassin bugs and ambush bugs are hemipterans
- Studenthow big is this one
Bugscope Teamlike a centimeter long, maybe
- Guestgive it now
- Studentpuis a paller anglaise sil vous plait
Bugscope Teamwe are using English, aren't we?
- Guestno I WANT THE MICROSCPOE FOR CHRISTMAS NOW
- GuestFrench fail.
- Studentis that big for true bugs
Bugscope Teamthey can get still larger than cicadas
- GuestPuis-je parler Englais, si-vous plait?*
- Studenti cant spell french very good
- Bugscope TeamOui.
- Guestjemappelle Tateasaurusrex
- 12:10 pm
- GuestJe m'appelle*
- Studentje m'appele Michel!!!!!!!!! et toi?
- StudentME NO SPEAK FRENCH UNDERSTAND?
- Bugscope Teamlooks like Son of Tate is not paying attention.
- GuestGIVE MICROSCOPE FOR CHRISTMAS N...O...W NOW
- TeacherAlec lost control - no buttons. Can he be put back in control for our last couple of minutes with you?
Bugscope TeamI gave S O T control. I can give it back to Alec.
- TeacherPlease - SOT is no longer our Supreme Ruler
- GuestDo the hairs on the head serve any purpose?
Bugscope Teamyes they do; they do lots of things. they help the insect collect information from the environment
- Studentwe are an interesting bunch, no
- Studentwhat are the holes
- GuestWhat is the tube
Bugscope Teamit's one of the palps; that is what they look like on grasshoppers
- Guesttype chat here
- Studenttype chat here!
- GuestSo, the hairs are kinda like radar?
Bugscope Teamthey are chemoreceptors, thermoreceptors, mechanoreceptors, thermoregulating, all kinds of things
- Studentwaht is the worm like thing
- Studentthank you sir
- Studentdoes the image get blurrier as you zoom in more
Bugscope Teamit is important to focus, the microscope does not do that for you
- Guestis that fly from CHINA
- Studentcan we look at the part of the grasshopper that make noise, if there is any?
- Studentwhat is the worm like thing
- GuestWhat are mechanoreceptors?
Bugscope Teamthey sense wind and touch, for example, like cat or rat whiskers
- Studentwhat is the worm speared on the grasshopper
Bugscope Teamnot sure -- it looks like someone's antenna
- GuestWhat is the the worm
- 12:15 pm
- Studenta ant's
- Bugscope TeamI'm going to the 'scope itself to see if I can show you the grasshopper's legs
- Guestis it a mite
- Studentis that where the ripped out antenna went?j
Bugscope Teammaybe so
- Studentyaa we might have solved the mystery of the missing antenna
- Studentwhat are those holes
- GuestWhat are the legs? A protein base?
- Studenton the bug
- StudentMINI KNIVES
- Studentwhats the hooks
- Bugscope Teamhamuli on the bee's wing
- Studentlook more like fish hooks piper
- Bugscope TeamSophia I did not find the grasshopper's leg right away...
- Studentthank you!!!!
Bugscope TeamThank you, Piper!
- StudentBYE SCOTT! THANK YOU! IT WAS FUN!!!!!!!!
Bugscope TeamBye Sophia!
- StudentBTW it is fine about the legs
- Studentau revoir/good bye/merci/thank you sir
Bugscope TeamGrazie mille, China.
- StudentThank you!!!
Bugscope TeamTaank you, Ansley!
- GuestThanks so much for the opportunity and your time!
Bugscope TeamSuper cool. Thank you, Brennan!
- Studentchina is my chat name sir
- Guestthank you for this experience this was AWESOME
Bugscope TeamThank you, Alec!
- GuestThank You! This was really cool!
Bugscope TeamThank you, Gabe!
- Studentthank you that was very cool
Bugscope TeamAwesome. Thank you, Rebecca!
- 12:20 pm
- GuestTHANK YOU SO MUCH RARRRRRRRRRRRRRRR REX googdbye
Bugscope TeamThank you, Tate!
- Studenti am really a male :)
Bugscope Teamhaha No problem, of course.
- Studentbye sir!
- Studentnice to meet you scott. u r great at this
Bugscope TeamThank you, Sophia!
- Bugscope TeamBye You All!
- Bugscope Teamhttps://bugscope.beckman.illinois.edu/members/2013-056
- Bugscope Teamthis is your member page, below:
- Bugscope Teamoh and Jack, Thank you!
- Bugscope TeamShutting down now. Thank you, Cindy!