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What process do insects go through that other arthropods do not?
a) metamorphosis b) regeneration c) estivation d) segmenting
Which of the following is not a crustacean?
a) shrimp b) sea star c) barnacles d) lobster
Which of the following is not an arachnid?
a) tick b) spider c) praying mantis d) scorpion
Which of the following is not an insect?
a) ant b) fly c) grasshopper d) mite
What does a sea anemone have to protect itself?
a) Stinging cells on tentacles b) Tentacles that give an electric shock c) Poisonous spines d) Arms with strong claws
cnidarian that attaches to a surface and its tentacles face upward
a) Bivalves b) Polyps c) Medusas d) Sea lilies
can swim and their tentacles grow downward from their body
a) Sea lilies b) Polyps c) Medusas d) Bivalves
have an eye at the end of each arm
a) Gastropods b) Earthworms c) Sea urchins and sand dollars d) Sea stars
What structures help sponges get nutrients.
a) Spicules and Ganglia b) Collar cells and Pores c) Antennae and Tentacles d)
What two structures do many flatworms have to help them sense their environment?
a) Eyespots and Sensory lobes b) Antennae and Pincers c) Collar cells and Mandibles d)
What do flukes have that tapeworms don't?
a) distinguishable head b) mouth c) gut d) segmented body
no suckers on tube feet
a) Medusas b) Marine worms c) Cephalopods d) Brittle and basket stars
body sit on a stalk
a) Sea lilies b) Sea stars c) Leeches d) Sea urchins and sand dollars
smartest invertebrate
a) Gastropods b) Cephalopods c) Earthworms d) Polyps
eat using a tonguelike organ covered with teeth
a) Bivalves b) Marine worms c) Gastropods d) Earthworms
two shells
a) Cephalopods b) Sea urchins and sand dollars c) Sea lilies d) Bivalves
eat soil and segmented
a) Earthworms b) Marine worms c) Medusas d) Brittle and basket stars
bristly and segmented
a) Earthworms b) Marine worms c) Bivalves d) Sea stars
can be predator, decomposer, or parasite
a) Marine worms b) Cephalopods c) Leeches d) Polyps
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