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The mollusca are also known as the soft body animals. Aristotle described it and Johnston gave the name. They are mainly marine but some of them do occur in the fresh water. They have multiple body forms and their body is unsegmented. The neopilina is ...

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The aranea is also known as spider. It occurs in the house and garden. It is carnivorous and feeds on insects. It has many forms and has a distinct male and female sex which is referred as a sexual dimorphism. Their body is divided into ...

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The palamneus is also known as scorpion. It lives on land and is nocturnal. It occurs in the stones, wood and cervices. It comes out during the night. Their main feeding creatures are the spiders and insects. They are viviparous and show a courtship period. ...

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The termites are also known as the white ants. They occur in the tropical and temperate areas. They form the nests on trees and grounds. These nests are referred as termitaria. They occur in colonies and have different form and shapes. They are social insects ...

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The honey bee is also known as apis. They build their nests and live in colonies. They are social and have many forms. They are of different types which are as follows: queens, drones and workers. The fertile female which lay eggs constitutes the queen. ...

The Musca is also known as house fly. They occur in untidy places and the areas occupied by the humans. They are saprophagous in their diet that means they depend on liquid diet. But if the diet is solid they use their saliva to dissolve ...

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The mosquitoes are also known as culex. They occur in the tropical countries like India. They occur in marshy areas. The male mosquito has plants as their food source but the female mosquitoes have blood as their food source. Their saliva is rich in anticoagulant. ...

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The silk moth is also known as bombyx mori. It is also referred as mulberry silk. It occurs in the domestic places and never occurs in the wild regions. It is known as Resham ka Kida in Hindi. It occurs in almost everywhere in the ...

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