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Mollusks. Kingdom Animalia Phylum Mollusca (means “soft”) (Ch 27.4). What is a Mollusk?. Soft body with internal or external shell Ex: snails, slugs (shell less), clams, squids, and octopi Trochophore Larva Body plan: Foot – takes on many forms Mantle – covers the body

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Mollusks
Mollusks

Kingdom AnimaliaPhylum Mollusca (means “soft”)

(Ch 27.4)


What is a mollusk
What is a Mollusk?

Soft body with internal or external shell

Ex: snails, slugs (shell less), clams, squids, and octopi

Trochophore Larva

Body plan:

Foot – takes on many forms

Mantle – covers the body

Shell – (present in most)

Visceral mass – internal organs


Groups of mollusks
Groups of Mollusks

Classified according to their foot and shell

Three major classes of mollusks

Gastropods

Bivalves

Cephalopods


Gastropod
Gastropod

snails, slugs, limpets and nudibranchs

Shell-less or single shelled

Move by a muscular foot

Some are poisonous, bright colors





Nudibranchs sea slugs
Nudibranchs(sea slugs)

http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2008/06/nudibranchs/doubilet-photography


Bivalves things with 2 shells
Bivalves (things with 2 shells)

Such as clams, scallops


Cephalopods
Cephalopods

octopi, squids, cuttlefish, and nautilus

soft-bodied , head is attached to foot

foot is divided into tentacles with sucking disks

small internal shells or no shell at all

Nautilus is only present day cephalopod with shell (figure 27-27)

Squid have a modified shell called a pen

Well developed eyes

most complex of the mollusks


Nautilus only cephalopod with a shell
Nautilus(only cephalopod with a shell)


Cuttlefish can change colors
Cuttlefish(can change colors)


Octopus creeps on tentacles
Octopus(creeps on tentacles)



Do giant squids and octopus exist
Do Giant Squids and Octopus Exist?

See Videos at National Geographic


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