How do arthropods grow, Biology

How do arthropods grow?

Because of the presence of exoskeleton the growth of an arthropod is periodical. During the growth period the animal loses the exoskeleton, grows and develops a new exoskeleton. This method is named ecdysis, or molting.

 

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