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b112_Lecture_33c - Myriopoda – Classes Diplopoda&...

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Unformatted text preview: Myriopoda – Classes Diplopoda & Chilopoda • Class Diplopoda – Millipedes – Wormlike, many legs (2 per segment) – Eat plant material • Class Chilopoda – Centipedes – Pair of antennae on head – Three pair of appendages modified as mouth parts, jawlike mandibles – One pair of walking legs per segment – Predators, poison claws Millipede Centipede Hexapoda – Class Insecta • In all terrestrial environments, some aquatic or marine • Many fly and have 1-2 pairs of wings • Open circulatory system, complex digestive system, Malpighian tubules for excretion • Gas exchange by tracheae, open to air by spiracles Hexapoda – Class Insecta • Incomplete vs. complete metamorphosis • Reproduction usually sexual • Fertilization generally internal, but sperm packets sometimes attached externally Class Insecta - Orders • Anoplura – lice • Coleoptera – beetles • Dermaptera – earwigs • Diptera – flies & mosquitoes • Hemiptera – true bugs • Hymenoptera – bees, ants, wasps • Isoptera – termites...
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2009 for the course BIOL- 112 taught by Professor Bryanness during the Fall '09 term at Pacific Union.

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