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07 Major Characteristics of Class Chilopoda
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2, head and trunk
1 pair, long
1 pair per segment
1 pair of poison claws modified from appendages
Reproduction of Chilopoda
eggs laid singly or in groups and guarded by female.
Development of Chilopoda
Primitive species hatch with few segments and add segments during molts.
Advanced species hatch with the same number of segments as adults
Type of Development of Chilopoda
anamorphic development: primitive
epimorphic development: advanced
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