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Bio-Exam Characteristics of arthropods

Jointed appendages
structures such as a legs, wings, or antennae that extend from the body wall of an insect and enable them to move and grasp objects
Open VS closed circulatory systems
long, thin feelers on the head of an insect that are used for smelling and touching
Head, thorax, abdomen (insects)
Cephalothorax, abdomen (arachnids. crustaceans)
Compound eye
eye made of thousands of individual visual units
one of the first pair of legs of a decapod