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arthropods may have either an open or closed circulatory system

falsle

the bodies of arthropods are encased in a shell-like exoskeleton

true

the swimmerets of lobsters and crayfish are attached to their thorax

false

insects were the first animals to evolve wings

true

butterflies undergo incomplete metamorphosis

false

the appendages of arthropodds may serve as

walking legs, modified into antennae and into large pincers

Annelids and arthropods both have

segmented body patterns

characteristice of arthropods include

a segmentation, a chitinous exoskeleton and jointerf appendages

Lobsters, insects, and spiders are all examples of

arthropods

Crabs, lobsters, shrimp and barnacles are members of the subphylum

crustacea

Spiders, acorpions and mites belong to the subphylum

chelicerata

the name millipede means

thousand feet

the m ost diverse group of animals on earth are the

insects

Arthropods have an external skeleton called the

exo skeleton

insects, millipedes and centepedes belong the subphylum

uniramia

crustaceans breath with aid of

gills

the nam ______________ means hundred feet

centipede

the first terrestrial organisms that were able to fly were the

insects

insects that undergo _________________ metamorphosis hatch as nymphs

incomplete

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