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Insect Relative- Centipedes

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Katelynn Dorn

on 1 April 2014

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Transcript of Insect Relative- Centipedes

Spiders
2 body sections
4 pairs of legs
no antennae
chelicerae
pedipalps
webs, pouncing, ambushing for prey
spinnerets
28-2 Groups of Arthropods
Insect Relative- Centipedes
Insect Relatives- Millipedes
Crustaceans
Horseshoe Crabs

chelicerae
5 pairs of legs
spike tail
Mites and Ticks
chelicerae and pedipalps for sucking liquid
strong mouth parts
Lymes disease- rash, fever, joint/muscle pain, nervous system damage
feed on detritus
can secrete unpleasant, toxic chemicals
2 pairs of legs per body segment
2 pairs of antennae
2-3 body segments
mandibles

crayfish
cephalothorax/abdomen/carapace
hairy antennae
mandibles
gills
5 pairs of legs- chelipeds, walking legs
swimmerets
tail
Scorpions
eat bugs, worms, toads, mice
spiracles don't close
one pair of legs per body segment
pedipalps are large claws
chew prey with chelicerae
tail has aculeus
venom glands
Centuroides
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