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  1. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part P: Arthropoda 2 by Raymond C. Moore, 1955-06
  2. Type Specimens of Invertebrates (Mollusca and Arthropoda Excluded) in the National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada. by P.G. et. al. FRANK, 1985-01-01
  3. Fauna Sinica Arthropoda Protura (In Chinese with English summary) by Yin Wenyin, 1999-01-01
  4. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology: Arthropoda 4 : Volume 1 and 2 by Raymond C. Moore, 1969-06
  5. INSECTS OF SAMOA AND OTHER SAMOAN TERRESTRIAL ARTHROPODA: Part VII. Other orders of Insects, Psocoptera: Fasc. 4 by H. H. Karny, 1932
  6. Chemical Zoology, Volume Vi: Arthropoda, Part B. by Marcel Florkin & Bradley T. Scheer [Eds], 1971
  7. Bibliography on Arthropoda and air pollution (Forest Service general technical report NE) by C. John Hay, 1977
  8. Fundamentals of Paleontology vol 9: Arthropoda, Tracheata, Chelicerata by B B ed Rohdendorf, 1991-01-01
  10. INSECTS OF SAMOA AND OTHER SAMOAN TERRESTRIAL ARTHROPODA: Part VII. Other Orders of Insects, Fasc. 2 by R.J. And P.A. Buxton Tillyard, 1928
  11. Lehrbuch der Palaozoologie, Band II: Invertebraten, Teil 2: Mollusca 2 - Arthropoda 1, 2. Auflage by Arno Hermann Muller, 1965
  12. Fauna Sinica Arthropoda Crustacea Malacostraca Order Mysidacea (In Chinese with English summary) by Liu Ruiyu & Wang Shaowu, 2000-01-01
  13. Studies On Arthropoda by Hans J. Hansen, 2010-09-10
  14. Encyclopaedia of Arthropoda

21. Arthropod - Wikipedia
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Spider crab - larger image
Scientific classification Kingdom Animalia ... Phylum Arthropoda Subphyla and Classes Subphylum Trilobitomorpha
- Trilobites, extinct
Subphylum Chelicerata
... sea spiders
Subphylum Crustacea

Branchiopoda ... crabs Subphylum Uniramia (Synonym: Atelocerata) Superclass Myriapoda Chilopoda - centipedes Diplopoda - millipedes Pauropoda - pauropods Symphyla - pseudocentipedes Superclass Hexapoda order Collembola - springtails order Diplura - diplurans order Protura - proturans Insecta - Insects Arthropods Phylum Arthropoda ) are the largest phylum of Animals , including the insects spiders crustaceans , and other similar creatures. Over four out of five animal species are arthropods, with over a million modern species and a fossil record reaching back to the early

22. Plecoptera Images Plecoptera Images
Over 60 images of stoneflies.
Plecoptera Images
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Images: Plecoptera Images Perlesta decipiens Leuctra ferruginea Capnia sextuberculata male ... End of images Images: Capnia lineata, dorsal Capnura wanica male Alloperla sp., Fishing Bridge Plumiperla diversa ... End of second series

23. Lülijalgsed (Arthropoda)
Link hulkjalgsete juurde Link putukate juurde Link ämblikejuurde Link vähkide juurde. Avatud Eesti Fond

24. Redirect To New ToL Page
Taxonomy of the mayflies, with a brief description and list of references, from Tree of Life.
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25. Arthropoda
arthropoda. Eastern Hemisphere. arthropoda(ArTHROP-a-duh) is The Flagof arthropoda Planet of Mansects. Many of the place names on
Eastern Hemisphere
Arthropoda (Ar-THROP-a-duh) is located in the Trifid Nebula of the Sagittarius arm of the Milky Way galaxy, one of a handful of Outer System planets discovered by the flurry of Andromeda probes launched during the mid-21st century. Slightly smaller than Earth (6,000 miles in diameter), it is a mineral gift basket but has a climate hostile to humans, with a toxic atmosphere and intense heat.
Most humans agree that sending Mansects there was a stroke of genius, since the bugheads love nothing better than mining and tunneling and were perfectly happy to have their own planet, where they could bask in the heat of three suns and breathe that sweet sulfuric acid and carbon monoxide.
Arthropoda is rich in a number of important minerals not found on Earth, mostly crystal compounds and superconductive ceramics which have revolutionized Earth technology. They are also at the heart of Mansect technology, although the way each world uses these materials is quite different.
The planet has an extremely hard crust and very little free surface water except at the equator, which is banded with extensive swamps and steamy lakes. Most Mansect cities are located in or near

26. Introduction To The Hymenoptera
This resource for eusocial insects is small but detailed. UC Berkeley, updated regularly.
Bees, ants, and wasps
Hymenopterans, the "membrane-winged" insects , include bees, ants, and a large number of other insect taxa collectively referred to as wasps. The Hymenoptera include famous examples of social insects, such as honeybees and true ants; these insects have developed regimented social systems in which members are divided into worker, drone, and queen castes. Such social hymenoptera may live together in nests or hives of many thousands of individuals, all descended form a single queen. Not all hymenoptera are social, however; many live a solitary life, coming together only for a brief mating. As is obvious from the picture above, hymenopterans include important pollinators of flowering plants . Flowers pollinated by bees are typically yellow or blue and often have patterns visible only under ultraviolet light, which bees can see. Many bee-pollinated flowers are bilaterally symmetrical and produce abundant nectar, such as the orchids , some species of which depend on a single species of bee for pollination. Other plants may be pollinated by ants, or may rely on ants living within them to keep predators away. Many of these plants produce large quantities of nectar, or produce other fluids for the ants. Less well-known, but equally spectacular, are the various families of parasitoid wasps;

27. ARTHROPODA (arthropods)
BioImages The Virtual FieldGuide (UK). arthropoda (arthropods). ClassARACHNIDA (mites, spiders, false scorpions, harvestmen etc.).
BioImages: The Virtual Field-Guide (UK)
ARTHROPODA (arthropods)
Class: ARACHNIDA (mites, spiders, false scorpions, harvestmen etc.) Class: CHILOPODA (centipedes) Class: CRUSTACEA (crustaceans) Class: DIPLOPODA (millipedes) Class: INSECTA (insects) BioImages (UK) Life
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28. Odonata Order
from the Animal Diversity Web.......
The University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Animal Diversity Web About us ... Glossary
(dragonflies) Dragonflies are large, strong flying, brightly colored insects that belong to the order Odonata. They are found world-wide except for in extremely cold regions such as Antarctica, northern Canada and Asia, and Iceland. There are three sub-orders in the Odonata: the Anisoptera , whose hind and fore wings are a different shape; Zygoptera or "damselflies", who are small and delicate and with both the fore- and hind wings being the same size; and the Anisozygoptera , which resemble the Anisoptera, but share similar characteristics between both the Zygoptera and Anisoptera sub-orders. There are about 5,000 species of odonates. Species included in the Animal Diversity Web:
Suborder Anisoptera
Family Coenagrionidae
Family Gomphidae
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Suborder Anisoptera
The Head: The head consists of six segments that contain different structures:
  • First segment -compound eyes
  • Second segment -antennae (consists of three to seven joints)
  • Third segment-none
  • Fourth segment-mandibles (teeth are extremely strong)
  • Fifth segment- first maxillae (jointed appendages not as strong as those of the mandible)

29. Swiss-Prot Taxonomic Query: Arthropoda
arthropoda SubCategories.

30. Introduction To The Siphonaptera
A brief introduction to fleas by UCMP Berkeley, with photograph.
Ctenocephalides felis , the cat flea shown here, is a typical member of the Siphonaptera ("sucking-wingless"), the fleas. Although known to be related to the true flies (the Diptera ) by details of internal structure, the Siphonaptera are highly modified for a parasitic existence; they have no wings and no compound eyes, the legs are modified for jumping, the antennae are very short and recessed in grooves on the head, and the body is highly flattened laterally. Most are parasites on mammals ; a few live on birds . Adult fleas feed on blood, while their larvae feed on organic debris. Fleas are extremely rare as fossils; their small size and specialized habitat makes them highly unlikely candidates for fossilization. Two species have been found in amber from the Baltic region (late Eocene-Oligocene); living members of the family of fleas to which these fossils belong ( Hystrichopsyllidae ) are mostly parasitic on insectivores (moles and shrews). A few Cretaceous fossils have been assigned to the Siphonaptera (e.g. Riek, 1970), but some of these fossils are questionable (Carpenter, 1992). Since the Siphonaptera are mostly parasitic on mammals, they presumably evolved at about the time the mammals were evolving, in the Jurassic and Cretaceous.

31. Arthropoda
The arthropoda Page. Showing Bugs and Crustaceans. LEFT The cicadas (seventeenyear locusts) have two challenging 3D folds, and many narrow finishing folds.
The Arthropoda Page
Showing Bugs and Crustaceans
LEFT: The cicadas (seventeen year locusts) have two challenging 3-D folds, and many narrow finishing folds.
RIGHT: The white cicada was folded by, and belongs to, Paul Close . Shown by permission.
LEFT: The butterfly has very tiny legs; but it is straightforward to make if you have a fine enough grasp (or tweezers).
CENTER: The dragonfly is made from the eagle base.
LEFT: The caterpillar is a young butterfly. Its legs are even tinier than the butterfly's legs.
LEFT: The asparagus beetle is a voracious pest.
CENTER: The grasshopper has many sink folds.
RIGHT: The preying mantis requires 100 steps, all of which are on-line.
LEFT: The tarantula is fairly straightforward to make. It starts with a 1x1.5 paper, and ends with many small, thick folds. Personally, I think it looks more like a black widow than a hairy tarantula.
CENTER: The lobster just requires sharp, accurate folding.
RIGHT: This scorpion was folded by Nora Szasz Home page Origami Menagerie Comments ... The Jungle Books Thank you for visiting Jasper's Origami Menagerie by John Paulsen Your comments are welcomed.

32. What Is An Isopod?
Classification and systematics, anatomy, and evolutionary history.
Table of Contents
1. Isopod Classification and Systematics
2. Isopod Anatomy
3. Isopod Evolutionary History
. Classification and Systematics
Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Crustacea Class Malacostraca Subclass Eumalacostraca Superorder Peracarida Order Isopoda
There are ten suborders of the order Isopoda (above). The family Cirolanidae is one of 17 families in the non-monophyletic suborder Flabellifera. A complete list of all marine isopod species has been compiled by Brian Kensley and Marilyn Schotte. Click here to view the original Kensley/Schotte world isopod list. This list has been updated and put in database format (tab-delimited) by this PEET project. This database can be downloaded by clicking on the link below. Kensley/Schotte Marine Isopods of the World: tab-delimited Microsoft Word text file
Isopod page of Tree of Life
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. General Isopod Anatomy
(Definitions of colored terms can be found in the Glossary of Technical Terms
The order Isopoda Latreille, 1817, is distinguished from the other six orders of Peracarida by the following combination of characters:

33. ARTHROPODA - Biomedia Zoology Museum
arthropoda. Unit 1 Introduction. The arthropods are by far the arthropodanimal groups. Unit 4 - Key features of arthropoda. It's worth noting
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The arthropods are by far the most successful phylum of animals, both in diversity of distribution and in numbers of species and individuals. They have adapted successfully to life in water, on land and in the air. About of all known animal species belong to the Arthropoda - about 800,000 species have been described, and recent estimates put the total number of species in the phylum at about 6 million. Arthropods are found in a greater variety of habitats than any other animal group; on top of mountains, at great depths in the ocean and in the icy wilderness of Antarctica. They can survive great extremes of temperature, toxicity, acidity and salinity. Now extinct, TRILOBITES represent the oldest known examples of arthropods. An extremely diverse phylum with many classes both large and small, there are several classifications of the phylum. You will find only an abbreviated version on the Taxonomy Table page which will be expanded in other relevant units (e.g.

34. Merostomata Class
Brief description of the class, from the Animal Diversity Web.
The University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Animal Diversity Web About us ... Glossary
(horseshoe crabs, eurypterids) The Merostomata includes two rather different groups of marine organisms, the eurypterids and the horseshoe crabs. Eurypterids are now extinct; they lived 200 to 500 million years ago. Some were huge, reaching a length of 3 m. Their morphology suggests that they fed on a variety of kinds of foods. Some may have been amphibious, emerging onto land for at least part of their life cycle. The horseshoe crabs are an ancient group, but only 5 species exist today. They feed on small invertebrates. Horseshoe crabs are often used as laboratory animals by physiologists. Members of this class have a large shield that covers the cephalothorax. The compound eyes are reduced. The second pair of appendages, the pedipalps, resemble walking legs. They have a long, spike-like appendage called a telson that projects from the rear of their bodies. Respiration is via book gills. Species included in the Animal Diversity Web:
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35. Introduction To The Myriapoda
UCMP Berkeley's outline of myriapod history, biology and taxonomy.
Introduction to the Myriapoda
They've got legs. . . they know how to use them. . .
Click on either of these images to view an enlarged version! Nearly 13,000 species of arthropod are classified in the Myriapoda, the "many-legged ones." All myriapods are terrestrial forms. Like insects and other uniramian arthropods, myriapods have appendages with only one branch, or ramus . Myriapods can have anywhere from fewer than ten to nearly 200 pairs of appendages; they range in size from nearly microscopic to 30 cm in length. Most myriapods live in humid environments, and can be found in soils, in leaf litters, or under stones and wood. Many species possess repugnatorial glands , specialized glands that secrete foul-tasing compunds and thus function in defense. There are four groups of myriapods; how they are related to each other is not yet well understood. Two of them, the Symphyla and Pauropoda , consist of tiny arthropods living in leaf litter and soil; both superficially resemble centipedes. The Chilopoda includes the true centipedes, like the one shown at the top left of this page. Chilopods have only one pair of legs per body segment. They are predators; the first pair of appendages on the trunk are modified into a pair of claws with poison glands, which centipedes use to capture prey (usually other arthropods). The bite of large centipedes can cause humans some pain and discomfort, although there are no authenticated cases of human fatalities from centipede bites.

36. Arthropoda
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Arthropoda [Gr.,=jointed feet], largest and most diverse animal phylum. The arthropods include crustaceans insects centipedes millipedes , symphylans, pauropodans, and the extinct trilobites . Arthropods are characterized by a segmented body covered by a jointed external skeleton (exoskeleton), with paired jointed appendages on each segment; a complex nervous system with a dorsal brain, connective nerves passing around the anterior end of the digestive tract, and a ventral nerve cord with a ganglion in each body segment; an open circulatory system with a dorsal heart into which blood flows through paired openings (ostia); and a greatly reduced body cavity (coelom). Because the jointed exoskeleton blocks growth of the organism, it must be shed periodically. This phenomenon, called molting, or ecdysis, is a characteristic feature of the phylum; it permits rapid growth in size and significant change in body form until the new exoskeleton, secreted by the animal, has hardened. Arthropods are mainly terrestrial, but aquatic representatives are well known. There are three subphyla, comprising nine classes. Sections in this article:
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37. Fauna Iberica/Iberian Fauna: Phylum Arthropoda (Metazoa)
Phylum arthropoda von Siebold, 1845 Subphylum Cheliceromorpha Boudreaux, 1978Supercl. Chelicerata Heymons, 1901 Cl. Arachnida Lamarck, 1801 Subcl.
Miguel Angel Alonso Zarazaga
Phylum Arthropoda von Siebold, 1845

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