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Jointed appendages

Arthropods

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Hard, elastic covering that envelops the bodies of all arthropods

Chitin

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Having separate sexes - both male and female

Dioecious

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Arthropoda subphyla ... (crustaceans, centipedes and millipedes, and insects)

Mandibulata

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Arthropoda subphyla ... (mites, ticks, spiders, scorpions, and others)

Chelicerata

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Class ... (centipedes and millipedes)

Myriopoda

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Head, thorax, and abdomen

Body sections of insects

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Egg, nymph, and adult

Simple metamorphosis

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Egg, larva, pupa, and adult

Complex metamorphosis

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Cockroaches and grasshoppers

Dictyopterans

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Beetles

Coleopterans

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Moths and butterflies

Lepidopterans

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True bugs

Hemipterans

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Ants, bees, wasps, yellow jackets, and other stinging insects

Hymenopterans

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Sucking lice

Anoplurans

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Chewing lice

Mallophagans

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Two-winged flies

Dipterans

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Fleas

Siphonapterans

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Mouthparts of a mite or tick

Capitulum

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Abdomen of a mite or tick

Idiosoma

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Mites and ticks collectively

Acarines

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Infestation with either mites or ticks

Acariasis

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Developmental stages in the life cycle of a mite or tick

Egg, larva, nymph, adult

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Importance of arthropods

Causal agents, venom producers, intermediate hosts, vectors

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Reproductive potential for arthropods

TREMENDOUS!

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The "blood" of most arthropods

Hemolymph