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What is an arthropod?

The arthropods constitute over 90% of the animal kingdom and are classified in the phylum Arthropoda. They are distinguished from other animals by: an exoskeleton (a skeleton (MORE)

What are the characteristics of arthropods?

The Characteristics of Arthropods are : 1) Segmented body plan 2) Exoskeleton composed of chitin 3) Paired jointed appendages on variable number of segments 4) Dorsal heart w (MORE)

What do arthropods do?

Arthropods are not just insects--they are very interesting animals, smaller then a beetle & a lighter color. I have had experience with arthropods, a.k.a. rolly pollys, so I k (MORE)

What is not an arthropod?

By definition an arthropod is an invertebrate animal having an  exoskeleton, a segmented body, and jointed appendages. Any animal  that does not fall into this description, (MORE)

Are arthropods reptiles?

No. All arthopods belong to the phylum Arthropoda, while all reptiles (along with other vertebrates) belong to the phylum Chordata
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Why are crayfish arthropods?

A crayfish is an animal, it has an exoskeleton and no backbone, its body is segmented, and it has jointed appendages.
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What are 'arthropods'?

The term "arthropods" means "jointed legs". Think of all the other animal phyla without backbones. Only the arthropods (insects, spiders, crustaceans, millipedes and centipede (MORE)

Which is NOT an arthropod?

Phylum arthropoda are characterized by joint appendages, body  segments with leg pairs, and an exoskeleton made of chitin; the  phylum includes insects and crustaceans, amon (MORE)