Zoology or Animal Biology
Centipedes are segmented and have exoskeletons. They have one pair of legs for each segment.
Asked in Computer Worms, Centipedes, Worms
How do you remove w32 spybolt worm?
You can try using The Cleaner 4.1 (Evaluation version) to scan your computer for viruses. It picks up a lot of things and has a fairly large database. I scanned and it picked up 54 things, most of which I wasn't even aware I had. You can download it here: http://www.moosoft.com/products/cleaner/download/ Just remember to delete the items in the quarantine. You can remove this worm by following these steps . You need to run these 3 essential programs to remove all the spyware on your...
Asked in Insects, Centipedes
How do millipedes and centipedes breathe?
Both centipedes and millipedes breathe via tiny holes called 'spiracles'. These spiracles a openings on te skin which lead to a respiratory system. Millipedes have two pairs of spiracles on each body segment, while in centipedes the number varies: not all body segments necessarily have spiracles, while others might have a pair. ...
Asked in Insects, Centipedes
Why is a centipede not an insect?
Insects are characterized by presenting three pairs of legs and all but two orders of insects also presented two pairs of wings at some point in their evolutionary history. The centipede does not present only the pairs of legs and so is not classified as an insect. The centipede is closely related to insects as both have exoskeletons making them arthropods. ...
Asked in Computer Viruses, Computer Worms, Centipedes
How do you remove Cycle worm a?
You can try using The Cleaner 4.1 (Evaluation version) to scan your computer for viruses. It picks up a lot of things and has a fairly large database. I scanned and it picked up 54 things, most of which I wasn't even aware I had. You can download it here: http://www.moosoft.com/products/cleaner/download/ Just remember to delete the items in the quarantine. You need to run these 5 essential steps to remove this worm from your computer. 1 Download and intall the Malwarebytes on your computer...
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Centipedes
What does a mealworm eat?
What they eat: The mealworms eat decaying leaves, sticks, and grasses. Sometimes they feed on new roots and plant parts. They can eat dead insects, waste and stored grains. They get water from potatoes, apples, or other fruits that hold water. ...
What do centipedes eat?
Centipedes are active hunters, and they look around for smaller insects or spiders to eat. Rarely, a centipede will attack a larger prey. Where there is no prey, they will consume certain types of plants that have some of their necessary proteins. They eat insects, spiders, and other small invertebrates. If the centipede is large enough it will even attack small vertebrates like lizards. ...
Asked in Centipedes
Are centipedes arachnids?
No, they are not. Answer Like arachnids (spiders, ticks, mites, scorpions, whip scorpions, sunspiders and amblypygids), centipedes are arthropods. However, of that great phylum (Arthropoda), centipedes are placed in a separate class to arachnids, the Class Chilopoda. ...
Asked in Animal Life, Centipedes
Do coelenterates have a coelom?
No. A coelenterate is an animal (such as a jellyfish), whose main body cavity is also its alimentary canal (gut). Most animals, on the other hand, have a body cavity (called a coelom) that is separate from the gut. For instance, inside your own body, you have an alimentary canal (your esophagus, stomach and intestines) and a separate body cavity that contains your heart, lungs, liver, etc. In a coelenterate, there is only one cavity. ...
Asked in Wasps and Hornets, Centipedes, Caterpillars
What do inch worms eat?
Inch worms are the larvae or caterpillars of the Geometridae family of moths, they eat leaves. The different species feed on different plants, mainly trees. Tips on taking care of an inchworm If you find an inchworm put it in a cup or glass jar. Put some leaves in the jar or cup from the tree or plant you found it from. Put a twig in the jar or cup to because when the inchworm makes it cocoon it needs to hang from...