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Lidia Bishop Biology 2 Mrs. Walser Chrysaora quinquecirrha (Sea nettle) Lanier, N. & Weber A. (2011). Chrysaora Quinquecirrha: Sea Nettle. Animal Diversity Web. Retrieved from http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/Chrysaora_quinquecir The Chrysaora quinquecirrha or commonly known as the Sea nettle is found in the Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Western Pacific, Southern England waters, even in the United States, and some parts in Brazil.
The brine shrimp have cousins just like us, the brine shrimp cousins are the lobster and the crab. The brine shrimps subclass Branchiopoda meaning “gill foot,” is referring to the fact that the gills are on the outer side of the limb bases. The brine shrimp glide through the water, it’s propelled by what looks like two wings along their sides.. Under the microscope, the “wings” are revealed to be of 11 pairs of appendages that undulate and that act as paddles. The Artemia Salina is in the order Anostraca, which means “no shell.” The Artemia often develop into large monocultures, the densities of which are mostly controlled by food limitation.
20 Apr. 2017. or “Booker T. Washington Delivers the 1895 Atlanta Compromise Speech.” HISTORY MATTERS - The U.S. Survey Course on the Web, historymatters.gmu.edu/d/39/. Accessed 25 Apr. 2017. Booker T Washington- Bailey, Ellen and Amy Witherbee.
Aim: To investigate the distribution of two different species of barnacles, the acorn barnacle (Chamaesipho columna) and the brown barnacle (Chamaesipho brunnea) at low, mid and high tide. The data collected is from Siren’s Rock, Island Bay. This will be done by looking at both the abiotic and biotic factors of their environment. Barnacles are under the crustacean family, the same family as crayfish and crabs (Ultimate Visual Dictionary of Science). The pattern found on the rocky shore was a zonation pattern.
Boating and snorkeling. Among the Florida Keys lives many different types of species. For instance jellyfish like the Cassiopeas, Cannonball jellies, Sea thimble, moon jelly, comb jelly and the man o’ war which is also known as the bluebottle jellyfish. All of these jellyfish are either really common in the keys or come wandering in in curtain months of the year. There are also two lobsters found in this area, the spiny lobster and the spotted spiny lobster.