What is the largest arthropod?
I believe it is the Titan Beetle. Around a foot long. Although m not sure of the classification of the giant earthworm which is around a metre long.
Macrocheira kaempferi (the Japanese spider crab) is said to be the largest living arthropod.
The Japanese Spider Crab is the largest crustacean, and also the largest arthropod.
Historically, the largest arthropod ever known was the sea scorpion, which was sometimes over 8 feet long. Currently, the largest arthropod is the Japanese spider crab, which can have a span over 12 feet.
The largest (known) arthropod «group» were the Eurypterids, a millipede arthropod. Jaekelopterus Rhenaniae, for example, from the Devonion, reached 2.5 metres long!
The coconut crab (Birgus latro), also known as the robber crab, is a species of terrestrial hermit crab - which, by the way, are not "truecrabs" - and the largest land-living arthropod in the world.
Most species? Insecta, and within that, beetles, by far.
The hexapoda subphylum containing the insecta class is the largest with around a million described arthropod species.
Hexapoda, the arthropod subphylum having the largest number of species, is characterized by six legs (as the name hexapod would suggest) and evidence a head, thorax, and abdomen.
The largest non-extinct arthropod in size was a Japanese spider crab caught in 1921 measuring about 12 feet across the claws. The heaviest on record was a lobster weighing about 45 pounds. On land, the largest is the coconut crab at about 3 feet across. Some anecdotal evidence exists for even larger crustaceans, based on recovered exoskeletons/exuviae.
No they are not an arthropod.
Vectors of the arthropod.
yes it is an arthropod
A lobster is an arthropod. (An arthropod is an animal that has three body parts joined.
yes a beetle is an arthropod
An octopus is a Mollusk not a arthropod
yes a lobster is an arthropod
Their jointed feet.
The Blowjob arthropod family
A crab is an arthropod.
no a starfish isn't an arthropod
Yes, they do. They have the largest number of species. 4 out of 5 animals is an arthropod. In the Amazon, ants alone outweigh all the vertebrates by a 4:1 ratio.
No an arthropod is an invertebrate with external skeleton.
Yes, a tick is an arthropod and an arachnid.
No an Arthropod is most certainly not a Cnidarian.
A snail is a mollusk rather than an arthropod.
A butterfly is an arthropod that have a symmetrical side.
Yes, a moth is considered to be an arthropod.
Yes, it is in the arthropod family.
a mit is a arthropod because it has no back bone
The Grasshopper is the national arthropod of Mexico.
Arthropod means outer shell.
An arthropod has an exoskeleton.
Arthropod is the largest in the animal kingdom. They include lobsters, crabs, spiders, mites, insects, centipedes, and millipedges. Arthropods can be found in every habitat on Earth. They show a great variety of adaptations which included living in aquatic environments, and some groups even have adapted for flight.
hu um..... its not an arthropod i dont think :S
YES. a caterpillar is an arthropod because it has a segmented body
An Arthropod has 8 legs as well as an Arachnid.
yes, a moth is an arthropod. are you dumb or something man.
No. It does not have an external skeleton, which is one of the main characteristics of an arthropod.
As the arthropod grows up, the exoskeleton sheds in order for the arthropod to grow inside of it.
Yes of course a moth is an arthropod. It is classified as an insect therefore it has to be.
It' not, it's part of the Phylum Annelida, making it an annelid not an arthropod.
No, rickettsias require an arthropod for transmission, but not chlamydias.
The Spider Crab has the largest leg-span of any arthropod in the world at 12 ft. from claw to claw. It's biggest enemy is the octopus.
The body of an arthropod is made up of a head, thorax(throat) and an abdomen.The body of an arthropod can bend in any direction.Example:Honey Bee.
malpigion The skeletal system of an arthropod is located on the outside of the body. The skeletal system of an arthropod is known as an exoskeleton. not c. not d.
The exoskelton of an arthropod is hard, and thus cannot accomodate growth. So an arthropod must periodically replace it.
The orb spider is an arthropod that begins with the letter o.
If it is an invertebrate animal with jointed legs and segmented body. -Co0leTs24
Nope - it's a member of the Jellyfish family, not an arthropod.