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Anthropod(jointed legs)

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Where is it found?(arthropod;jointed legs) every part of the biosphere
Does it include invertebrates that can fly?yes
Bodies made up of how many segments?several segments
how many pairs of jointed legsseveral pairs
Do they have exoskeletons?they do have exoskeletons
Do they all have antennae?most of them do
how do they reproduce?sexually


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Crustaceans/most found live in waterlobster, crayfish, crab
some live on damp landpill bug, (sow bug or roly poly)
how many body sections ?two, cephalothorax and abdomen
how many pairs of antennae2 pairs
does it have mandibles?yes
how many pairs of walking legs and how many pairs of claws4 pairs of walking legs, 1 pair of claws= five total pairs of legs


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Arachnids spiders, scorpians, ticks, mites
pairs of legs4
body segments2, cephalothorax and abdomen
can have up to (blank) simple eyes12
does it have fangs?yes
do spiders have spinnerets? they have spinnerets
breathing tubes?yes
how do they reproduce?sexually
how do they kill their prey?poison fangs
They eat their prey by doing what? liquefy the internal contents of the prey by secreting digestive enzymes


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Myriapods (having many legscentipedes, millipedes
centipedes1 pair of legs for each segment-carnivores
millipedes2 pairs of legs for each segment-eat dead plants
Centipedes have modified front legs that do what?work like jaws and have venom, also have mandibles
Millipedes don't have modified legs but they have...mandibles


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how many body sections?3:head, thorax, abdomen`
how many pairs of legs attached to the thorax?3 pairs of legs
does it have breathing tubes?yes
How many pairs of antennae?1 pair
do they have wings?most have wings, when adult
Do they have one type of mouthpart? no they have various types based on diet
Why do they thrive?small size- can occupy many spaces in enviroment/protective coloring and body shape/wide range of food/some live in groups to insure survival/high rate of reproduction
Complete metamorphosis an insect goes through four distinct stages: Egg. Larva. Pupa. Adult
incomplete metamorphosishas three stages: Egg, Nymph, and Adult.

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