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Unit 5: Assignment 4: Objective 5
Use your notes and the textbook to answer the following questions.
Question 1 1 pts
Members of this class are land forms with somewhat flattened bodies that may contain from a
few to 177 segments.
Class Chilopoda
Class Diplopoda
Class Insecta
Question 2 1 pts
They are carnivores and feed on cockroaches, and other insects and earthworms. They kill their
prey with their poison claws and chew it with their mandibles.
Class Chilopoda
Class Diplopoda
Class Insecta
Question 3 1 pts
In this class, there are 3,000 species worldwide. Examples include Scutigera.
Class Chilopoda
Class Diplopoda
Class Insecta
Question 4 1 pts
Centipedes are in this class
Class Chilopoda
Class Insecta
Class Diplopoda
Question 5 1 pts
The class with “thousand feet”. They don’t really have 1000 feet though.
Class Diplopoda
Class Chilopoda
Class Insecta
Question 6 1 pts
millipedes are in this class
Class Diplopoda
Class Chilopoda
Class Insecta
Question 7 1 pts
In this class, they have cylindrical bodies that are made up of 25 to 100 segments. The thorax
has 4 segments, each with 1 pair of legs. They have two clumps of simple eyes and a pair each
of antennae, mandibles, and maxillae.
Class Diplopoda
Class Chilopoda
Class Insecta
Question 8 1 pts
Members of this class feed on decayed plant matter and are slow moving in comparison to
centipedes.
Class Diplopoda
Class Chilopoda
Class Insecta
Question 9 1 pts
Many members of this class protect themselves from predation by secreting toxic or repellent
from special glands called repugnatorial glands which are positioned along the sides of the
body.
Class Diplopoda
Class Chilopoda
Class Insecta
Question 10 1 pts
In this class, some examples are Spirobolus and Julus. There are more than 10,000 species
worldwide in this class.
Class Diplopoda
Class Chilopoda
Class Insecta
Question 11 1 pts
Insects are in this class.
Class Insecta
Class Diplopoda
Class Chilopoda
Question 12 1 pts
members of this class have these characteristics:
Body with distinct head, thorax, and abdomen. Pair of antennae, mouthparts are modified for
different food habits, head of six fused segments, thorax of three segments, abdomen with
variable number, usually 11 segments; thorax with two pairs of wings (sometimes 1 or 2 pairs)
and three pairs of jointed legs;
Class Insecta
Class Diplopoda
Class Chilopoda
Question 13 1 pts
This class has an estimated 1.1 million species. Examples include Romalea (grasshoppers), Apis
(honey bees)
Class Insecta
Class Diplopoda
Class Chilopoda
Question 14 1 pts
Most species of centipedes are harmless to humans, although many tropical centipedes are
dangerous and can reach up to 30 cm (about 1 foot) long.
True
False
Question 15 1 pts
Insects differ from other arthropods in having three pairs of legs and usually two pairs of wings
on the thoracic region of the body. Some insects only have 1 pair of wings though.
True
False
Question 16 1 pts
Insects are found all around the world except in North America.
True
False
Question 17 1 pts
Insects are the most diverse of all the animals species in the world.
True
False