A class of Arthropoda comprising the Centipedes and their allies, characterised by their numerous feet.
Further ecological studies on stratification of the Arthropoda.
The solid palpless mandible such as we now see in some Arthropoda is, necessarily, a late specialization.
An hibernal study of Arthropoda with reference to hibernation.
An ecological study of the Arthropoda of an oak-hickory forest with reference to stratification.
This subkingdom is known by naturalists under the name of the Arthropoda.
The great branch Arthropoda includes a host of familiar animals.
The subkingdom of the Arthropoda is again subdivided into six classes.
Insects belong to that great group of animals designated by zoologists as the Arthropoda.
These muscles are not striated, as they are in the Arthropoda.
Arthropoda Ar·throp·o·da (är-thrŏp'ə-də)
A phylum of the Metazoa that includes crustaceans, insects, arachnids, centipedes, millipedes, and horseshoe crabs.