Arthropods have bilateral symmetry. When divided into two equal sections, both sides of the arthropod body are mirror images of each other. More »

The three main types of symmetry used in mathematics are reflectional symmetry, rotational symmetry and point symmetry. Other less common types of symmetry include translational symmetry, glide symmetry, helical symmetry... More »

Chordates have bilateral symmetry, which means that the left side of their bodies are symmetrical to the right side, and vice versa. All chordates are monophytic, meaning that they share a single common ancestor. Chordat... More »

The characteristics of arthropods include an exoskeleton, well-developed sense organs, jointed appendages, tagmata body regions, a ventral nervous system and bilateral symmetry. Scientists believe that the ancestors of t... More »

Spanish fly is the common name for a type of beetle in the Melodiae family, also known as the blister beetle. Spanish fly is best known for its reputed aphrodisiac and medicinal properties; however, the active ingredient... More »

The number of lines of symmetry a triangle has depends on the type of triangle. An equilateral triangle has three lines of symmetry, while an isosceles has one line of symmetry, and a scalene triangle has none. More »

The number of lines of symmetry of a parallelogram depends on the type of parallelogram. A non-special parallelogram does not have any lines of symmetry. This includes any quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel and equ... More »