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What distinguishes a member of the order stomatopoda?

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AA hard exoskeleton covering its legs
BIts legs are attached to the abdomen instead of the thorax
CIt has gills on its abdominal appendages, and attacking (spear or hammer) appendages to its thorax
DThe abdominal segments have swimmerets (swimming legs)

Correct Option: 3  

Explanation:
It has gills on its abdominal appendages, and attacking (spear or hammer) appendages to its thorax
The order's members are the predatory mantis "shrimp".
posted Jul 17, 2018 by Divya Bharti

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