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Crustaceans, insects, and arachnids - the wonderful world of bugs, on land, in the air, and in the water.
Instructions: Each row makes one card. Cut along the double lines and fold along the single lines. Then glue or tape the sides together.
|Crustacean known for walking sideways||
|Its name means "100 feet"||
|Insect known for swarms and making honey||
|Arachnid with a long tail and a stinger at the end||
|Insect whose larval from is a caterpillar, such as the monarch||
|A pillbug, like lobsters and shrimp, is this type of arthropod||
|A __ crab is not really a crab, and in fact not even a crustacean. Some are known for breeding in the Delaware Bay||
|These arthropods are known for having six legs as adults||
|Arthropod known for spinning webs||
|This type of insect includes fireflies, scarabs, and ladybugs||
|This insect often annoys campers by sucking blood and causing itchiness. It also spreads malaria, and is actually a type of fly.||
|Ticks, vinegarroons, and scorpions are this type of arthropod||