Abdomen (insect) – the posterior section of an arthropod’s body, behind the thorax or the cephalothorax
Entomology – study of insects; an arthropod class that comprises about 900,000 known species, representing three-fourths of all the classified animal species
Exoskeleton – an external skeleton that supports and protects an animal's body, in contrast to the internal skeleton in a human, for example
Insect – invertebrate animal of the class Insecta of the phylum Arthropoda with an exoskeleton, three sets of jointed legs, a segmented body made up of head, thorax, abdomen and typically one or two pairs of wings
Metamorphosis – a change in the form and often habits of an animal during normal development after the embryonic stage. Examples include a maggot changing into an adult fly and a caterpillar into a butterfly, and in amphibians, the changing of a tadpole into a frog.
Mimicry – in biology, when one species resembles another (often unrelated) species or a feature in its environment to deceive its prey and protect the mimic, as when the model is inedible or dangerous
Thorax – in insects, one of the three main divisions of the creature's body where the wings and legs attach