Arthropods! An arthropod is an invertebrate animal with jointed legs. Arthropods include many animals we come across in our gardens, such as bees, ant, spiders, centipedes, and butterflies.
Arthropods are invertebrates with jointed legs. Arthropods are divided into four major groups:
English Vocabulary for Arthropods
- Ladybug (U.S)/ Ladybird (U.K)
Examples of Arthropods
- Her arm was beginning to swell up where the bee had stung her.
- There is a ladybug on that flower.
- The butterfly is black and white with a blue stripe running down each wing.
- Thus a dragonfly and its larva are both voracious eaters of their fellow-creatures.
- I picked up the beetle carefully between finger and thumb.
- The accent is again on fish, including seafood platters of king prawns, crab, and whitebait.
- Many people recoil with horror when they see a big spider like this.
- Several butterfly species live out their caterpillar stage inside an ants’ nest.
- Of these, you may eat any kind of locust, katydid, cricket, or grasshopper.
- Two weeks later the moth will emerge in its adult form.
- The millipede shooed away the crowd.
- Alan was lucky enough to discover a scorpion in the fruit bowl.
- When the earthworm appears in the morning, the sun will shine brightly.
- Personally, I would need a lobster or two.
- My foot swelled up to three times the normal size when it was stung by a wasp.
- It poked out and wriggled like a slug.
- Probably scream if an earwig crawled into the sleeping bag – and that was the other thing.
- When boiling add the pepper and cream bring to a boil add courgette and prawn.
- I swatted the fly with a newspaper.
- Escamoles are the larva and pupa stage of the red ant.
- Remember! Don’t play with a centipede even if it looks dead.