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An insectoid is distinguished by a number of characteristics:
- Segmented bodies consisting of two or more parts: typically a head, a thorax, and an abdomen.
- An exoskeleton or a hard, shell-like covering on the outside of the body.
- Three or more pairs of jointed appendages referred to as legs. These are typically used for walking, but sometimes a specialized pair may be used for jumping.
- Antennae, typically mounting sensory organs.
- Two pairs of wings.
- An open circulatory system.
Specific Species Examples
- Amindii, technologically advanced sophonts native Regina in the Spinward Marches.
- Blood Nymphs, possibly native to Vland.
- Smaetal Swarm