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Animal Book

Lydia James

on 1 September 2012

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Transcript of Millipedes

Millipedes Diplopoda Bilateral symmetry diplopoda is the class/phylum for the millipede. Millipedes are able to be divided straight down the midlle of their body, and both sides will be simetricle. Millipede
Characteristics Millipedes have an average of 750-1000 legs. Millipedes have cylinder bodys. Most Millipedes are dull or light colors. For protection millipedes roll up or produce toxic chemicals. Young Millipedes start out with six legs. Spirostreptids are very brightly colored and are the biggest kind of millipedes. Most Millipedes are made up of 13 segments. Adult Millipedes have 15 pairs of legs. Millipedes main diet is leaves. http://insects.about.com/od/centipedesmillipedes/p/millipedes.htm Millipedes will also eat decaying plant matter, as welll as fungi. Millipedes are Ivertebrates. Millipedes Reproduce sexualy. Millipedes live in Moist areas under bark. They mainly live in Deciduous Forest's. Millipedes will also live in moist pockets and caves that are located in deserts. Habitat Reproduction Diet Adaptations Millipedes will consume rotting vegitation in order to stay alive. Dull colors help them blend in to thier enviorment. To protect themselves millipedes will roll up, or produce toxic chemicals. For food some millipedes might eat smaller insects. Pill Millipede Spirostreptid Millipede Bristly Millipede http://blog.ecosmart.com/index.php/2009/04/11/identifying-millipedes-types-of-millipedes/ Black Millipede Spotted Millipede Different Types of Millipedes Internal System Bibliography Millipedes are an example of a Diplopoda.
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