Phylum: Anthropoda
Class: Crustacea
Ex: Crayfish, Daphnia, and Barnacles
Hillary Brintle
B.A.DNA

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Tasmanian Giant Freshwater Crayfish

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Outside anatomy of a Crayfish

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Goose-neck Barnacles

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Anatomy of a Barnacle

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Anatomy of a Daphnia

Click here to see a crayfish up close
Click here to see a crayfish walking




Phylum: Anthropoda
Class: crustacea
ex. Crayfish and barnacle
Sam Kapner
TT

crayfish:
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This diagram shows a lateral, interior view of the crayfish

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This is an example of only one of over 500 species of crayfish that live in the US

Videos:
This video shows how a crayfish moves along the bottom of a river
This video shows a pair of crayfish mating

This website is a good source of information about crayfish

barnacle:

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This shows the interior of a barnacle


Phylum - Anthropoda
Class - crustacea
Crayfish, Daphnia, and Barnacle
Connor O'Donnell


This is an internal view of a crayfish
Internal anatomy of a crayfish
Internal anatomy of a crayfish


This is an exterior view of a barnacle

top view of barnacle parts
top view of barnacle parts

This is a video of barnacles feeding

The anatomy of a daphnia

http://cfb.unh.edu/cfbkey/html/anatomy/daphnia/daphniaalllabels.jpg
http://cfb.unh.edu/cfbkey/html/anatomy/daphnia/daphniaalllabels.jpg


this video shows the heartbeat of a daphnia



Phylum - Anthropoda
Class - crustacea
Ex. Crayfish, Daphnia, and Barnacle
McKenzie Mather

This is a video of a crayfish molting. Periodically a crayfish slides out of its old, hard shell in a process called molting. In order to grow larger crayfish do shed there shells: http://www.truveo.com/Crayfish-Moult/id/534495936


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external image 731a.jpgThe image above shows an internal anatomy of a crayfish.
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The image above shows a crayfish with eggs that are located on the females third set of swimmerets.

"cool stuff":
Informational site:
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/invertebrates/crustacean/label/crayfish/labelanswers.shtml