invertebrates of the phylum Arthropoda that have jointed appendages and a chitinous, segmented exoskeleton. Arthropods include insects, spiders, crabs, and lobsters.
A very large, diverse group of invertebrates with hard external skeleton and jointed-limbs. Includes crustaceans, spiders, and insects.
The animal phylum comprised of crustaceans, spiders, mites, centipedes, insects, and related forms. The largest of the phyla, containing more than three times the number of all other animal phyla combined.
bugs like insects, spiders, centipedes. . . the whole lot of 'em
Any invertebrate of the phylum Anthropoda having jointed limits, a segmented body and an exoskeleton made of chitin.
A group of animals that has a body made of segments.
(See Butterfly Garden) Invertebrate animals of the phylum Arthropoda, including insects, crustaceans, arachnids, and myriapods characterized by a chitinous exoskeleton and a segmented body to which jointed appendages are articulated in pairs.
any of the Arthropoda, the phylum of segmented invertebrates having jointed legs, such as insects, spiders, crustaceans, etc.
Animals with jointed legs and bard external skeletons (exoskeletons). The group includes insects, crustaceans, spiders, millipedes, and several other types of animals commonly found in caves.
Organisms such as insects, arachnides (spiders and mites) and crustaceans which lack backbones (invertebrates).
Group of invertebrate animals that have a jointed body and legs such as insects, arachnids, and crustaceans.
Animals from the Phylum Arthropoda. Their bodies are supported by a hard outer casing (called the exoskeleton) instead of a back bone. They have jointed limbs. Arthropods include insects, spiders, crabs and prawns.
are animals that lack a backbone, and have an external skeleton, and jointed legs
Insects and their relatives.
Arthropods are a group of animals with exoskeletons made of chitin, segmented bodies and jointed limbs. Insects, arachnids, trilobites, crustaceans (like amphipods, krill and copepods), and others are arthropods.
animals with segmented bodies and paired, jointed appendagesâ€”e.g., insects and spiders.
Invertebrate (without backbone) animals with jointed limbs and segmented bodies like all insects, spiders and crustaceans. The word comes from the Greek for joint, 'arthron' and foot, 'podos.'
Invertebrate animals with jointed legs. They include insects, crustaceans, sowbugs, springtails, arachnids (spiders), and others.
large phylum of invertebrates, which includes crustaceans, spiders, insects, millipedes, centipedes, and the fossil trilobites; have a segmented body, a thick exoskeleton, and a large number of jointed appendages acting as jaws, legs, gills, or sense-organs