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Class Anthropoda

Zoology Taxonomy

Characteristics of Arthropods triploblastic, bilateral symmetry, complete gut, segmentation, exoskeleton, paired jointed appendages, ventral solid nerve cord, circulatory system, respiratory organ, excretory organs, sexual reproduction,
Subphylums of Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum: Trilobita (extinct), Chelicerata, Crustacea, Myriapoda, Hexapoda
Subphylum Chelicerata horseshoe "crab", scorpions, spiders, ticks, mites; 2 body regions (cepholothorax and abdomen), chelicerae, four pairs of walking legs, no jaws and no antennae
Subphylum Crustacea land crabs, sow bugs, lobsters; aquatic, 2 body regions (cepholothorax and abdomen), biramous appendages, 2 pairs antennae, gills
Subphylum Myriapoda centipedes and millipedes; uniramous appendages, many feet
Classes of Subphylum Myriapoda Class: Chilopoda, Diplopoda
Class Chilopoda Centipedes; 1 pair of legs per segment (first pair is poison claws)
Class Diplopoda Millipedes; 2 pairs of legs per segment, herbivores
Subphylum Hexapoda Insects; 6 uniramous appendages, terrestrial, have jaws
Class of Subphylum Hexapoda Class Insecta
Class Insecta Largest group of animals, 3 body regions (head, thorax, abdomen), 3 pairs of walking legs, wings, compound eye, tracheae (breathing tubes), antennae
Created by: radamatastical