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prepare to enter their EXCITING WORLD!!
By: Michele Humer
EDIM 508 Digital Media in the Classroom
Most diverse and successful animals of ALL time
~One million species have been identified
Includes: insects, arachnids, crustaceans, centipedes, millipedes, trilobites, merostomates

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Arthropod Poster by Feenixx Publishing. (n.d.). Feenixx Publishing - Educational and Hobby Posters. Retrieved February 13, 2011, from http://physics-net.com/arthropods/arthropods-poster.htm

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Arthropods' Body Structure
Segmented Body
Jointed Appendages
tough, external covering
made of chitin (protein)
vary in size and shape
legs and antennae
"arthro" means joint and "pod" means foot in Latin
number of segments depends on group of arthropods
Too cool...a crab being eaten by a sea anemone
allows the arthropod to grow!
Groups of Arthropods
classified by # and structure of body segments and appendages
2 pair of antennae
two or three body sections (cephalothorax and abdomen)
examples include: crabs, shrimp, lobsters, crayfish, barnacles
two body sections
Four pairs of walking legs
fangs to stab and paralyze prey
includes: spiders, ticks, and scorpions
highly segmented body
have two pairs of legs per body segment
timid creatures roll into ball
body segments have one pair of legs
per segment
venomous claws
body divided into 3 parts (head, thorax, abdomen)
three pairs of legs
Check out this video...too cool! A crab molting from its shell (btw...it doesn't happen this fast!)
Watch the video above.
Horseshoe crabs
ONLY species
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