A b c d 2 how do these organisms feed 3 name five

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List four types of organisms found in this tank. a. ________________ b. ________________ c. ________________ d. ________________ 2. How do these organisms feed? 3. Name five predators of these animals: a. ________________ b. ________________ c. ________________ d. ________________ e. ________________ 4. “Anemone Battles” – what happens when individuals from two different anemone clones come into contact with one another? F. Name and describe four different external filter feeders and how the food particles are trapped for each one? 1. ________________ 2. ________________ 3. ________________ 4. ________________
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Natural History – Goodman Southern California Coastline 3 G. How do predators such as sea stars consume their prey items, like a mussel? Describe the feeding mechanism. H. Explain how Murexes obtain their food. I. Crustacea (Aquariums 6 & 7): 1. Name two ways by which a Crustacean can be identified: a. _____________________________________ b. _____________________________________ 2. Name two Crustaceans: a. _____________________________________ b. _____________________________________ 3. What Crustacean is the most abundant animal in the sea? 4. What process must Crustaceans go through in order to grow? 5. How do isopods and copepods differ in feeding mechanisms? Isopods Copepods
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