FC: Arthropods Roberto Garcia and Roberto Jimenez Ms.Iliana Olvera
1: What are Arthropods? | Are any of numerous invertebrate animals of the phylum Arthropoda, including insects, crustaceans, arachnids, and myriapods, that are characterized by a segmented body and tough exoskeleton to which jointed appendages are articulated in pairs.
2: Spider Phylum:Chelicerata Largest group of Arachnids Produce silk stronger than steel They must luquify their food to swallow it beaucause they dont have jaws | Spiders and its relatives
3: Horseshoe crab Phylum:Chelicereta Have chelicerare, 5 pairs of walking legs, and a long spikelike tail that is used for movement
4: Scorpion Phylum:Chelicereta Have pedilaps that are enlarged into claws. Has venomous stinger that can kill or paralyze pray.
5: Mites and Ticks Phylum:Chelicereta Use chelicerea and pedipals to suck blood in boddies tisues damage agricultural prests and humans
6: Centipedes Phylum: Uniramia Belong to the class Chilopoda have 100 pairs of legs mouthparts include venemous claws. | Insects and its realatives
7: Milipedes Phylum: Uniramia Belong to the class of Diplopoda Highly segmented body segment bears two,not one, pair of legs. Feed of decaying plant material
8: Crab Phylum: Crustacea Have 2 piars pf antennae, 2 to 3 body sections and chewing mouthparts called mandibles. Member of decapods | Crustaceans
9: Crayfish Phylum:Crustacea Has a body plant that is typical of many crustaceans Its body is divided into a cephalothorax and an abdomen Cepholothorax is formed by a fusion of the head and the thorax that houses most of the internal organs
10: Insects Have segmented body and exoeskeleton and jointed apendages Body divided in 3 parts head, thorax and abdoment. 3 pair of legs are attached to the thorax | What is an Insect?
11: References "Biology Prentice Hall Chapter 28 Arthropods and Echinoderms" "Arthropods." Globio | Where Kids Discover the World | Portland, OR. Web. 03 May 2011.