How Do Arthropods Reproduce?

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Arthropods are the most diverse, and the largest, group of animals. The phylum Arthropoda contains more species than all other animal phylum combined. Arthropods reproduce internally in most species, meaning that they have both sexual organs. Most also lay eggs after fertilization, culminating in metamorphosis.
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They lay an egg, and the egg hatches and is either a nymph or larva, then you should know what happens next! They reproduce sexually, and they reproduce asexually. In most terrestrial
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Arthropods' methods of reproduction and development are diverse; all terrestrial species
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By laying egss.
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Phylum Arthropoda
Arthropods include an incredibly diverse group of taxa such as insects, crustaceans, spiders, scorpions, and centipedes. There are far more species of arthropods than species in all other phyla combined, and the number of undescribed species in the... More >>
Other Phyla:
Most arthropods reproduce sexually. That means the male secretes the semen and the female comes along and fertilizes the egg. Some arthropods reproduce by parthenogenesis especially if it means that there will be a large increase in the population.
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