It's the grasping claws on its front limbs
The chelipeds are used for shelf-defense and to catch prey
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 defense 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.
Antenna chelipeds, walking legs, and swimmerets are related because they are joined appendages covered by the exoskeleton. The antennae senses touch and taste.
A crab has four pairs of legs and a pair of chelipeds (claws).
a cephalothorax and jointed appendages bluhd! also, chelipeds
they are all part of the cephlathorax
The chelipeds, mandibles, mazillae, and mazillipeds
Chelipeds are the main grasping claws of crustaceans. The two biggest claws on lobsters, crabs etc.
They are all part of the eight appendages in a crayfish
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~
walking legs, carapace, mandibles, chelipeds, antennae, antennules, compound eye, and its mouth
They are all appendages and they enable the body to move in some way
The first pair of legs containing the chelae (claws) are called chelipeds. All five pairs are called pereopods
crabs have 8 legs, 2 pincers:Although crabs come in a variety of shapes and sizes they all have the same general body plan. All crabs have one pair of chelipeds and four pairs of walking legs. Also referred to as claws, nippers or pincers, the chelipeds are the first pair of legs on a crab and their most distinguishing structure. Chelipeds are used for holding and carrying food, digging, cracking open shells and warning off would be attackers. The carapace is the hard cover or exoskeleton which protects the internal organs of the head, thorax and gills.
It swims quickly away from the predator. It also has a protective exoskeleton and can camouflage well. the shrimp can also pinch it's predator with it's chelipeds
It is a member of the arachnid family. However, it lacks the tail found in scorpions, it lacks the clawed chelipeds found in psuedoscorpions, it has 2 unfused segments for its body (unlike ticks and mites), and it can dispense silk from "spinnerettes". Unlike insects, arachnids have 4 pairs of walking legs, one pair of chelipeds, 6-8 simple (not compound) eyes, no wings, 2 segments, and chelicerae for mouthparts. Hoped this helped you. :)
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!!
The crayfish has a pair of legs called chelipeds, more commonly known as pinchers. The joint motion of these pinchers allow the crayfish capture prey and defend itself.
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