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Review Guide for Invertebrate Diversity Lab Practical II (P) Porifera (P) Cnidaria – no zooids, but recognize colonial vs. solitary (C)Scyphozoa (C)Anthozoa (C)Hydrozoa (P) Ctenophora (P) Rotifera (P) Platyhelminthes - no classes, but recognize free-living vs. parasitic (P) Annelida (C)Oligocheate (C)Polycheata (C)Hirudinea (P) Echiuran (P) Sipunculid (P) Mollusca (C) Gastropoda (C) Bivalve (C) Polyplacophora (C) Cephalopoda (C) Scaphopoda (P) Bryozoa (P) Brachiopoda New material since our first lab practical follows: Ecdysozoa (P) Nematoda Pharynx. Cuticle, muscle layer, intestine, male vs. female, uterus, vas deferens, dorsal/ventral/lateral nerve cords, juvenile encysted in muscle (P) Onycophorans - velvet worms Preantenna, tongue, oral papillae, leg, claw (P) Tardigrades - water bears Leg, claw, mouth (P) Arthropoda (SubP or C) Pycnogonidae opisthoma, pedipalps, proboscis (SubP) Trilobita (SubP) Chelicerata Chelicerae, pedipalps, walking legs, prosoma, opisthosoma (C) Merostomata Eyes, duoblure, gnathobases, telson, book gill (C) Arachnida Telson, aculeus, basal bulb, spiracles, book lung, scutum,
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course EBIO 3850 taught by Professor Guralnick during the Fall '06 term at Colorado.

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