[ ˈɑːθɹəpˌɒd d͡ʒˈɛnəs], [ ˈɑːθɹəpˌɒd dʒˈɛnəs], [ ˈɑː_θ_ɹ_ə_p_ˌɒ_d dʒ_ˈɛ_n_ə_s]
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How to use "Arthropod genus" in context?
The arthropod genus is a classification of invertebrate animals used in biology. It includes all animals with six or more limbs, excluding cephalopods and mollusks. The term arthropod is derived from the Greek Ã¡Â¼â€žÃÂÃŽÂ¸ÃÂÃŽÂ¿ÃŽÂ½, arthro, and Ãâ‚¬ÃŽÂ¿Ãâ€ ÃŽÂ¯ÃŽÂ»ÃŽÂ¿Ãâ€š, polix, meaning joint. The phylogeny of this group is still being resolved, but it is believed to include taxa such as insects, crustaceans, and mayflies.
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