50 thoughts on “Arthropods 2!”

  1. There is incomplete and complete metamorphosis that all arthropods go through.

  2. Metamorphosis can happen two ways. Incomplete is when the insect looks the same it’s whole life. Complete is when the larvae looks different from the adult.

  3. They have more species than others and they have the ability of metamorphism which is to change shape size and color.

  4. Incomplete metamorphosis is when an insect looks the same throughout their whole life. Complete metamorphosis is when larvae goes through durastic changes and doesn’t look like an full grown adult.

  5. Arthropods either go through complete metamorphosis or incomplete metamorphosis which is when they change shape and form

  6. Incomplete metamorphosis is when an insect looks the same throughout their whole life and grow bigger but complete metamorphosis the larvae looks nothing like the adult.

  7. All arthropods go through incomplete or complete metamorphis. This results in change in shape or form from larva to adult.

  8. Spiders cant eat there food because they have no jaws so they have to liquefy their food

  9. There is incomplete and complete metamorphosis which changes its shape or form.

  10. All insects go through complete or incomplete metamorphosis which is a process that changes their shape and form.

  11. Complete metamorphosis is when the larvae look nothing like the adult, like butterflies.

  12. Uniramians are characterized by one pair of antennae, jaws, and unbranched appendages.

  13. All spiders produce silk that is stronger then steel, even if they don’t make webs.

  14. Many insect create complex societies, and some of them produce products that are useful for humans.

  15. Centipedes have one leg per body segment and millipedes have two per body segment.

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