There are not any adult moths that have a hard outer shell. However, a pupa from the Gypsy Moth do have a hard outer shell for protection until it hits adulthood.
Bugs are invertebrates, which means they do not have a spine. Instead, they have a hard outer shell called an exoskeleton.
An egg with an outer hard shell is called the cuticle or bloom. It helps keep out bacteria and dust.
yes they do
no..... slugs are mollusks and they don't have a shell
The nautilus is a predatory mollusk with a hard outer shell. It is not only a predator, but also a scavenger.
No, the have a hard outer shell.
Mollusk are a hard outer shell.
No they have a hard outer shell but no spine.
The Answer would be invertebrate : ) ... !
Yes, cockroaches do have a hard outer shell to protect their abdomen. The shell itself is made of a material called chitin.
Because they have a hard outer shell with a softer interior.
The outer covering on a crab is called 'SHELL'.......
no, because it has a hard outer shell
Chitinous Exoskeleton .
The hard outer shell of an arthropod is referred to as their exoskeleton, made mostly from a tough protein called chitin.
Yes. They don't have a backbone.