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John Gomez 11/4/08 Thursday Section LML Lab 1. The animal was a Fat innkeeper Worm that had bilateral symmetry. To feed, the worm spins a slime net at their burrow’s entrance that pumps in water through their burrow. The pumped water brings in small food bits. 2. The two phyla present in this tank are Mollusks are Echinoderms. The Sea urchins use their feet to move and capture food. 3. The Sunflower Star belongs to the Echinoderm phylum and their uses of its feet to move and capture food indicate that it is from this phylum. 4. The sea squirt is an animal that happens to be a deuterostome. 5. The sea cucumber has a water vascular system but does not feed with its feet. It uses its tentacles to feed. 6. The sand dab has bilateral symmetry and its ancestor had radial symmetry. 7. The Decorator Crab belongs to the Arthropod phylum. It is evident that it
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Unformatted text preview: is from this phylum because of its chitinous exoskeleton and its bilateral symmetry. 8. Moon Jelly have radial symmetry and does not have a coelom. 9. Sea Anemones are Cnidarians. The presence of specialized stinging cells in the epidermis show that it is from the phylum Cnidaria. 10. The brittle star is different from starfish in that it uses its feet only to feed and its arm to move. 11. There are Nudibranchs, Aeolids, Dorids, Dendronotids, and Arminids in this tank. 12. The front limbs of the blue whale are shortened to stiffened into paddle and have extra phalanges. The hind limbs show a presence of a vestigial pelvis but the pelvis has been reduced to suit its aquatic life....
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