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.
- A larva metamorphoses into a chrysalis and then into a butterfly.
- 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.
- I saw a little glazed brown ring of tent caterpillar moth eggs on a chokecherry twig.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.