Do arachnids lay eggs?
Yes they do lay eggs.
All arachnids lay eggs.
It really depends on what type of animal it is any Bird Lays eggs only one type of mammel lays eggs which that mammel is a platipus reptiles lay eggs amphibians lay eggs arachnids lay eggs fish lay eggs lets just say many things lay eggs!
Yes insects lay eggs in many different ways and places and spiders (arachnids) lay eggs in spun cases called egg sacks. I completely changed it ;/
No. Most reptiles lay eggs, as do most amphibians, and many species of fish. There is even a subgroup of mammals known as monotremes, which lay eggs. This group is made up of just the platypus and the echidna. Insects, arachnids and many invertebrates also lay eggs.
The animals which lay eggs are known as Oviparous: these animals are completely formed in the eggshell with no development inside the womb of the mother. Animals which lay eggs include birds, most reptiles, amphibians and fish, as well as the two monotremes (egg laying mammals) - the platypus and the echidna. Most insects and arachnids also lay eggs. which animals lay eggs, but is not a bird?
Most fish, amphibians, reptiles, all birds, the monotremes, and most insects, some molluscs and arachnids lay eggs. Of these fish, amphibians, insects, and arachnids are generally considered cold blooded.
Usually only birds, reptiles, amphibians, arachnids and some insects lay eggs but the best way to know for sure if an animal lays eggs is to look that specific animal up on the Internet or wait and see what kind of baby it has (egg, larvae, live, etc.). There are only two mammals that lay eggs which are echidnas and platypuses.
An internet search found that green lacewings lay their eggs in a spiral on stalks, though they are likely not the only insects that do. Regarding spiders (which are arachnids, not insects), I am aware that most of them create an egg sac and do not lay them separately.
No, there is not a single spider known to man with an ovipositor (the bodypart that places the egg) adapted to lay eggs under the skin of a living animal. Some spiders lay eggs in dead insects, so when the spiderlings hatch, food is readily available. There are however other arachnids (mytes) that can burrow into skin (usually the sole of a foot when the animal treads on the myte) and reproduce there. No. They… Read More
well first two spiders do the boom-chica-boomboom then the female starts to lay eggs then the female eat the male's head for a snack. yummy
They do not lay eggs. They do not lay eggs. They do not lay eggs.
Tetras lay eggs. only you lay eggs if you are a girl!
scorpion does not lay eggs. it is not like the spider which lay eggs.
Eggs can not lay eggs. The animal baby has to hatch out of the egg and grow into an adult. Then she can lay eggs.
caterpilles do not lay eggs. no thay lay white eggs
No, roosters do not lay eggs. Only hens lay eggs.
Tadoles do not lay eggs. Tadpoles emerge from eggs. It is the adult frog or toad that lays eggs. Frogs lay their eggs in clusters, but toads tend to lay their eggs in a string.
Robins lay eggs Cardinals lay eggs Sparrows lay eggs All birds must lay eggs The argument above is an example of?
Yes, eagles do lay eggs. They are birds, and all birds lay eggs.
No, rabbits do not lay eggs. They are mammals, and have their young live.
Frogs lay eggs in the water, turtles lay eggs on land.
the lay eggs most anphibians lay eggs
This statement about all snakes lay eggs is incorrect. Actually there are a few species of snakes that do not lay eggs.. Example, my Columbian Boa's do not lay eggs.. My Boa gives birth to live baby snakes... A lot of snakes lay eggs, but no all of them. As for the Corn Snakes, Yes they do lay eggs. I have had several corn snakes, and they do lay eggs.
Oviparous animals are animals that lay eggs, with little or no other embryonic development within the mother. This is the reproductive method of most fish, amphibians, reptiles, all birds, the monotremes, and most insects, some molluscs and arachnids. Ovoviviparous are animals that have internal eggs, but the birth is live.
they lay eggs
AN ostrich does lay eggs, big eggs.
Oviparous animals lay eggs. This includes all birds, most species of fish, amphibians, reptiles and arachnids and also monotremes, which are egg laying mammals (platypus and echidna).
Humming birds lay eggs about two times a year. When they lay eggs they tend to lay only 2 eggs at a time.
Oviparous animals are animals that reproduce by laying eggs. This is how most fish, amphibians, reptiles, insects, and arachnids reproduce. All birds and monotremes also reproduce like this. Most animals that live on land lay eggs that are protected by hard shells. They fertilize their eggs internally. Water-dwelling animals like fish and amphibians lay eggs that have not been fertilized yet. Then the males lay sperm on top of the eggs, which is called external… Read More
Yes , king cobra lay eggs. Most of the reptiles lay eggs.
all snakes lay eggs NO - All snakes don't lay eggs! Cottonmouths give birth to live young. They don't lay eggs!
Sometimes lovebirds will not lay eggs. However, some lovebirds will lay multiple eggs in their lifetimes. There is no way to tell if a lovebird will lay eggs until you have observed her.
Peacocks do not lay eggs, Peahens lay the eggs.
Yes ostriches lay eggs huge eggs
No. They do not lay eggs, the female lays the eggs.
Cows do not lay eggs, Cows do not lay eggs,
Slugs lay eggs
yes they do lay eggs
Yes they do lay eggs.
no. crabs can not lay eggs
They do not lay eggs.
Yes, they do lay eggs.
No, Caribous do not lay eggs.
yes they do lay eggs
yes they do lay eggs.
Of Course i did lay eggs!!!
No it doesnt lay eggs
No, it is a mammal that does not lay eggs.
They lay eggs
of corse they lay eggs