What is the function of chelipeds?
The function of chelipeds is so that the crayfish can defend and to capture other animals.
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The chelipeds aren't really related to the movement of the crayfish itself, unconciously these appendages might move the crayfish, but really the chelipeds are a form of defen…se and used for food handling, much like the one big claw of the "Fiddler" Crab. INother words, the chelipeds are the two big dangrous looking claws of the crayfish.
They are related because they all perform some part in the crayfish. Without those parts the crayfish will not survive. They are not related at all!!
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Cirrus . aslender usually flexible animal appendage: as. Cheliped . ^ either of the pair of appendages bearing a chela.
They are all appendages and they enable the body to move in some way
A cheliped is the first set of appendages (claws) used for fighting and grabbing
It's the grasping claws on its front limbs
The chitinous covered "claw" on a decapod (lobsters and crayfish)
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They are all part of the eight appendages in a crayfish
The crayfish has a pair of legs called chelipeds, more commonlyknown as pinchers. The joint motion of these pinchers allow thecrayfish capture prey and defend itself.
Antenna chelipeds, walking legs, and swimmerets are related becausethey are joined appendages covered by the exoskeleton. The antennaesenses touch and taste.
antenna-touch&taste; chelipeds-capture food and defense; walking leg-locomotion over solid surface; swimmeret-create water current & transferring sperm (males) __ __>> i hope… this info helps..... its directly from bio book~
so the organs and body parts can move fluidly while being protected by the exoskeleten
In Saltwater Fish
they are all part of the cephlathorax