Arthropods are a phylum, a higher level containingclasses. Classes within Arthropoda are Insecta, yes, and also Arachnida, Crustacea and others.
Arachnida are in the class Arachnida themselves, not in reptilia.
No, Scorpions are:-* Kingdom: Animalia * Phylum: Arthropoda * Subphylum: Chelicerata * Class: Arachnida * Subclass: Dromopoda * Order: Scorpiones Thus they are in the Class Arachnidia (like spiders) NOT in the class Insecta
Arthropods are a phylum, that's a higher level containingclasses. The classes in the phylum Arthropoda are Insecta, Arachnida, Crustacea and a few others.
the major and distinguish characteristics of class insecta are:their body consists of three regionsheadthoraxabdomen2. second thorax has definite three segments while abdomen has varying number of segments
Arthropoda is the scientific name for the phylum containing arthropods. Insects are in the class Insecta, spiders are in the class Arachnida. (To be clear both are in different sub-phylums; Mandibulata and Chelicerata, respectively. While Insecta is also in a super-class, Hexapoda, under the sub-phylum Mandibulata. Crustacea are also Cheliceratas.)
Insects ARE a class, Insecta.(Kingdom Animalia, Phylum Arthropoda, Subphylum Hexapoda.) Spiders, also Arthropods, are in the class Arachnida, are readily differentiated from insects by virtue of having eight legs to the insects' six.
the class is insecta
insect in the same class Insecta.