An_Diversity - Leech after feeding Cicada molting Wasp...

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$ Cellular $ Tissue $ Organ (system) $ None (Intracellular) $ Incomplete (Blind Sac) $ Complete (Tube w/in a Tube)
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Present or Absent > Endoskeleton > Exoskeleton > Hydrostatic Skeleton
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Asconoid Sponge (Leucosolenia) Syconoid Sponge (Urn Sponge) Leuconoid Sponge (Homaxinella sp.)
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Green Hydra (a hydroid polyp) “Portuguese Man of War” (Physalia physalis) Jellyfish (medusa body shape) “Purple Strike” Jellyfish
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Sea Anemones (polyp body form) Coral (polyp body form) Close Up of Coral Polyps Free Living Flatworm (planaria)
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Marine Flatworm Dog Tapeworm (Dipylidium caninum) Close up of tapeworm scolex Fluke (a parasitic flatworm)
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Nematode Locomotion Ascaris Fresh Water Nematode Trichinella Cysts Trichinella Adult Worms
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Hookworm Annelid Locomotion
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Marine Annelid (polychaetae) Earthworm Setae of Earthworm Tube Building Worms Leech - before feeding Leech - after feeding
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Unformatted text preview: Leech - after feeding Cicada - molting Wasp Monarch Butterfly Lady Bird Beetle Antlion - adult Termites Mosquito Cockroach Shrimp Crabs Lobsters Pill bug Barnacles Horseshoe Crabs Daphnia (water flea) Centipede Millipede Ticks Scorpions Spiders (Black Widow Spider) 3 6 10 Spiders (Brown Recluse) Octopus Squid Nautilus Scallops (calico scallop) Chiton Nudibranch Garden Snail Sea Stars Tube Feet Brittle Star Sea Urchins Sand Dollars Sea Cucumber Tunicates Lancelets (Amphioxis) Green Tree Frog Poison Dart Frogs American Alligator Rattlesnake Lizard (Anolis sp.) Green Sea Turtle Cedar Wax-Wing (with young) Sea Gull (with young) Cottonwick (bony fish) Tiger Shark (cartilaginous fish) Bats (little brown bat) Opossum Killer Whale Cougar (Felis sp.) Carnivore - Bobcat Herbivore - Deer Omnivore - Humans...
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