Free online quizzes and exams to copy For Business and Teachers

Tour Menu

Go back to browse: Free exams and quizzes

Free Exam: Macroinvertebrate Matching

Number of Questions in Test: 16
Number of Questions in Preview: 5
Register to view all questions.

Note: Answers are not shown below but will be copied with this test.

Copy this test to my quiz maker account

Register with ClassMarker to copy free tests to give to your Test takers.

Register now

Question 1

Soft-elongated body flattened from top to bottom; no individual segments; digestive track with only one opening which functions both as the mouth and anus; mouth usually on the bottom side positioned about one-fifth to the length of the body; sides of the body constricted towards the front forming a head that is often triangular shaped; two eyespots situated on top of the head gives the animal a cross-eyed appearance.

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 2

Two shells opposite of each other and strongly connected by a hinged ligament; the shell is thick and strong or thin and fragile in some kinds; growth rings are placed far apart and are distinctly raised, or very close together and hardly raised at all; the foot usually consists of two tubular structures that can often be seen protruding from the shell; the body is soft tissue, often pinkish or gray in color.

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 3

Three pairs of segmented legs attached to the thorax; head and thorax has thick hardened skin, while the abdomen has thin soft skin; prominent chewing mouthparts project in front of the head; no wing pads on the thorax; seven or eight pairs of stout tapering filaments extend from the thorax; end of the abdomen has either a pair of prolegs with two claws, or a single long tapering filament without claws.

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 4

Head may be a capsule-like structure with thick hard skin, it may be partially reduced so that it appears to be part of the thorax, or it may be greatly reduced with only the mouthparts visible; no wing pads occur on the thorax; false-legs may extend from various sections of the thorax and abdomen in some families; no segmented legs in the larval forms; thorax and abdomen composed of entirely soft skin but some families have hardened plates scattered on various body features.

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 5

Three pairs of segmented legs attached to the thorax; the lower lip (called the labium) is long and elbowed to fold back against the head when not feeding, thus concealing other mouthparts; wing pads are present on the thorax; no gills on the sides of the abdomen but there are three flat gills at the end of the abdomen; bodies are usually long and slender; head is wider than the thorax.

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Register now for a quiz maker account to create online tests for free.

ClassMarker is a Quiz maker for teachers and businesses alike.

Did you know, with ClassMarker you can: