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  1. Phylum Arthropoda Review

  2. Word Bank Complete metamorphosis herbivores pesticides swimmerets exoskeleton bilateral antennae molting Egg hatches to larva larva enters pupa stage adult emerges from pupa stage Complete metamorphosis

  3. Word Bank Complete metamorphosis herbivores pesticides swimmerets exoskeleton bilateral antennae molting Process of shedding an outgrown exoskeleton molting

  4. Word Bank Complete metamorphosis herbivores pesticides swimmerets exoskeleton bilateral antennae molting Waxy, waterproof outer covering of arthropods exoskeleton

  5. Word Bank Complete metamorphosis herbivores pesticides swimmerets exoskeleton bilateral antennae molting Type of symmetry found in arthropods bilateral

  6. Word Bank Complete metamorphosis herbivores pesticides swimmerets exoskeleton bilateral antennae molting Chemicals used to kill harmful insects pesticides

  7. Word Bank Complete metamorphosis herbivores pesticides swimmerets exoskeleton bilateral antennae molting Arthropods that feed on plants (e.g. Japanese beetles) herbivores

  8. Word Bank Complete metamorphosis herbivores pesticides swimmerets exoskeleton bilateral antennae molting Appendages used by crustaceans like paddles; also to attach and carry eggs swimmerets

  9. Word Bank Complete metamorphosis herbivores pesticides swimmerets exoskeleton bilateral antennae molting Segmented appendages used to smell, taste, touch and balance antennae

  10. Behind the mystery door is a Black Widow Spider. How many legs does the black widow have? 8

  11. Behind the mystery door is a Black Widow Spider. How many pairs of antennae does it have? 0

  12. Behind the mystery door is a Rusty millipede. Is it a carnivore or scavenger? scavenger

  13. Behind the mystery door is a Rusty millipede. What type of circulatory system does it have? Open

  14. Behind the mystery door is a Honey Bee How many legs does it have? 6

  15. Behind the mystery door is a Honey Bee Which body section has legs and wings? thorax

  16. Behind the mystery door is a Honey Bee How many body sections does it have? 3

  17. Match the organism to its correct class DiplopodaChilopodaCrustacea Arachnid Insecta Jumping spider Arachnid

  18. Match the organism to its correct class DiplopodaChilopodaCrustacea Arachnid Insecta Thrip Insecta

  19. Match the organism to its correct class DiplopodaChilopodaCrustacea Arachnid Insecta Crayfish Crustacea

  20. Match the organism to its correct class DiplopodaChilopodaCrustacea Arachnid Insecta Goliath Beetle Insecta

  21. Match the organism to its correct class DiplopodaChilopodaCrustacea Arachnid Insecta millipede Diplopoda

  22. Match the organism to its correct class DiplopodaChilopodaCrustacea Arachnid Insecta centipede Chilopoda

  23. Match the organism to its correct class DiplopodaChilopodaCrustacea Arachnid Insecta yellow dog tick Arachnid

  24. Word Bank Antennae Cheliped walking legs swimmerets swimmerets antennae Walking legs cheliped antennae

  25. Ladybugs, praying mantises, as well as adult and larval lacewings are this type of beneficial insect. A. structural pests B. producer C. pollinator D. biological control

  26. Insects that are essential for reproduction in plants area called A. structural pests B. producer C. pollinator D. herbivores

  27. Termites in the soil of forests feed on fallen trees. In this way termites are beneficial A. structural pests B. parasites C. pollinators D. decomposers

  28. Possibly the most dangerous animal, these insects transmit diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, and West Nile virus. A. flies B. mosquitoes C. fleas D. lice

  29. Which of the following arthropods is not correctly labeled? A. Ladybird beetle (ladybug) - decomposer B. Aphid – insect pest C. Grasshopper – food source/ nutrition D. Bumblebee - pollinator

  30. Describe gradual metamorphosis in insects. List all the stages and provide an insect that undergoes this process.

  31. What is biological control of insects? Give an example. What is an advantage of the use of biological controls over the use of pesticides? Biological control of insects is the use of natural predators released into an area to fight a harmful pest or insect.