Biology - Classification - Invertebrates - Arthropods

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What are three special things about Arthropods?
Waterproof exoskeleton, Segmented body, Jointed limbs
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What are the four groups of Arthropods?
Myriapods, Crustaceans, Arachnids, Insects
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How many pairs of legs do Myriapods have?
Ten or more
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What is an example of a Myriapod?
Millipede
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How many pairs of antennae does a Myriapod?
One pair of antennae
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How are myriapods eyes formed?
They have simple eyes
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What is an example of a crustacean?
Crab, Woodlouse
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How many pairs of legs does a crustacean have?
Five or more
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How many pairs of antennae does a crustacean have?
Two pairs of antennae
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How is a crustaceans body segmented?
Into head and abdomen
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How is a crustaceans exoskeleton different to some of the other arthropods?
It forms a hard carapace
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How are crustaceans eyes formed?
They have compound eyes.
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