I accidentally cut a cockroach's half part of the abdomen.

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Post by satrohraj » Fri Feb 23, 2007 7:23 am

Wait, All of you...
I said, i know what insects are, and they belong to class insecta.

I just 'have had' an impression that all arthropods are insects.

Thats not the case now, i know all things about arthropoda, i have been studying it from 2 years.
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Post by Dr.Stein » Sun Feb 25, 2007 2:27 pm

Calm down, my dear... We like jokes very much ;)
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Post by Locus » Mon Feb 26, 2007 3:28 pm

satrohraj - really All??? So why you posted this topic?
Spiders die more rapidly if they cuted, becouse they (most of them) have not tracheal systrm and oxygene suppled to they's tissies by the blood, so if we will cut they's body (cat off relative large part) we destroy blood system and so respiration...
Evolution will arrange everything

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Post by satrohraj » Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:17 pm

Locus wrote:Spiders die more rapidly if they cuted

Yes i know that, i even tried many times.
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Re: I accidentally cut a cockroach's half part of the abdomen.

Post by willonjohn » Sun Jun 02, 2019 5:17 am

Hello there,

Most homeowners are aware of the health and safety risks associated with cockroach infestations, including the allergies and asthma triggered by cockroach allergens, and the germs and bacteria they have been known to spread. What may not be as widely known is the fact that cockroaches are a very interesting and resilient pest that exhibits some very odd behavior and survival tactics. For example, cockroaches spend 75% of their time resting and can withstand temperatures as cold as 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

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