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What animals are in Arthropoda?
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Video of the Day. Arthropods, members of the phylum Arthropoda, are a diverse group of animals including insects, crustaceans, spiders, scorpions and centipedes.
Do Arthropods belong to the class Insecta?
All arthropods belong to the class Insecta .
What are the four types of arthropods?
There are four main classes of arthropods. They are crustacea, myriapoda, insecta, and arachnida. Crustacea : These organisms have five or more pairs of legs, two antennae, and no wings. Common examples include crabs, and lobsters. Myriapoda: Have many pairs of legs, one antennae, and no wings.
Do Arthropoda have internal or external reproduction?
However most arthropods rely on sexual reproduction, and parthenogenetic species often revert to sexual reproduction when conditions become less favorable. Aquatic arthropods may breed by external fertilization, as for example frogs also do, or by internal fertilization, where the ova remain in the female's body and the sperm must somehow be inserted.