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BIOL 197L – LAB #8 – INVERTEBRATE DIVERSITY AND ANATOMY II. Which phyla did we study in lab?. Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum C rustacea. Phylum Nematoda. Phylum Arthropoda Class insecta. Phylum Echinodermata.

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what phylum does this organism belong to what other classification can be used to describe it
What phylum does this organism belong to?What other classification can be used to describe it?
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Identify:

Antenna

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Identify:

Antenna

Eye

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Identify:

Antenna

Head

Eye

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Identify:

Antenna

Head

Thorax

Eye

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Identify:

Antenna

Head

Thorax

Eye

Carapace

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Identify:

Abdomen

Antenna

Head

Thorax

Eye

Carapace

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Identify:

Abdomen

Antenna

Head

Thorax

Eye

Carapace

Swimmerets

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Identify:

Abdomen

Antenna

Head

Thorax

Eye

Carapace

Tail

Swimmerets

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Identify:

Abdomen

Antenna

Head

Thorax

Eye

Carapace

Tail

Swimmerets

Walking legs

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What phylum does this organism belong to?What other classifications can be used to describe this organism?
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Identify:

Thorax

Head

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Identify:

Thorax

Head

Abdomen

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Identify:

Thorax

Head

Abdomen

Fore wing

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Identify:

Thorax

Head

Abdomen

Fore wing

Hind wing

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Identify:

Thorax

Head

Abdomen

Fore wing

Hind wing

Spiracles

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Identify:

Thorax

Head

Abdomen

Fore wing

Hind wing

Spiracles

Mouthparts

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Identify:

Thorax

Head

Abdomen

Fore wing

Hind wing

Compound eye

Spiracles

Mouthparts

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Identify:

Thorax

Head

Abdomen

Fore wing

Hind wing

Ocelli

Compound eye

Spiracles

Mouthparts

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Identify:

Thorax

Head

Abdomen

Fore wing

Hind wing

Antenna

Ocelli

Compound eye

Spiracles

Mouthparts

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SpiraclesThe site of oxygen diffusion (the spiracles open up into the system of tracheal tubules. These two body parts constitute the respiratory system of the grasshopper.)

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CropSite of food storageNote that the esophagus is before the Crop, if something is pinned there, it could be the esophagus
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Identify:

Ovipositor (the

Site of egg dispersal)

Female

Male

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Identify:PhylumGenusFemale or male?Does this organism cause a disease? If yes, what is the disease called?
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Nematodes (AKA round worms) are commonly dioecious and they use a hardened structure known as a spicule during copulation.
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Calcareous endoskeletonsWater vascular systemsTheir larvae are bilaterally symmetrical, while the adults exhibit radial symmetry
madreporite the intake of water into the water vascular system located on the aboral surface
MadreporiteThe intake of water into the water vascular systemLocated on the aboral surface
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Identify:

Mouth

Ambulacral groove

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