The single greatest characteristic is that all adult insects possess six pairs of legs.
There are other characteristics which most, but not all, insects share, i.e. wings, a body divided into head, thorax, and abdomen, and metamorphosis, but these characteristics may be absent in some primitive groups of insect.
by doing it the way of the type of insects
Their biramous (two-part) appendages and the nauplius larval form distinguish crustaceans from other arthropods.
the legs , but mainly the eyes , the arachnids can have up to a 360 eyes and can jump
Insects have six legs, two antannae and three body parts.The most important characteristic that distinguish insects from other groups of animals is its exoskeleton.
Insects are considered to be arthropods. This means they have jointed limbs. Some characteristics that makes insects different include having six legs and wings.
Crustaceans differ from other arthropods in that they have biramous (two-part) appendages and the nauplius larval form.
Insects And other Arthropods
arthropods have 8 legs and insects have 6 :-)
6 legs, antennas, flight(well, most anyway) and adaptation
Assuming this question is how are insects different from other arthropods, insects fall into hexapods which includes insects, springtails and a few other groups of arthropods with six legs. Insects are different from other hexapods in that they possess a structure called a tentorium which is an internal support skeleton in the head made by extensions of the exoskeleton into the head.
Insects have body Sections but Arthopods have body Segments.
Wasps and other insects are deemed arthropods by virtue of their physical characteristics: they have segmented bodies, an exoskeleton made from chitin, and joint appendages.
Yes they are. Cockroaches are insects, which, along with other segmented organisms with exoskeletons, are also arthropods.
Insects belong to phylum arthropoda which is the largest of all the phylum's in the animal kingdom. Insects have a cutaneous exoskeleton, that protects the softer vital parts of their bodies. Most insects do not have a circulatory system.
Arthropods, which fall under the phylum of Arthropoda, encompass many animals such as spiders, insects, crustaceans, centipedes, and scorpions. One characteristic of arthropods is their exoskeleton, which they have because they are invertebrates and do not have any internal bones to support them. Other characteristics of arthropods include their segmented bodies, bilateral symmetry, open circulatory system, and jointed appendages.
Tarantulas mostly eat insects and other arthropods.
Arthropods, i think are usually scavengers and they feed on the dead. Arachnids (Insects) either eat other insects, much smaller to them or they eat dead stuff. Marine arthropods feed on the dead too...!
Because insects are arthropods and there are more species of insects than any other organism type on this planet (if memory serves).
you know stuff and like other stuff
Their ten walking legs, and their split nature (biramous). All their legs are tiny pincers matching the main ones, unless the segment is fused.
Arthropods have external skeletons, jointed legs, and a segmented body.
They have six legs and head, thorax and abdomen.
All insects and other arthropods are invertebrates.
They eat insects or other small arthropods.