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Mollusc Classification

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Mollusc Classification Bio 330

University of Phoenix
GPA 2.0

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A chart classifying different types of molluscs.
Invertebrate Zoology
Ginger Jacobs
Class Notes
Biology, Zoology, taxonomy
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Wolfjedi on Sunday September 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Bio 330 at University of Phoenix taught by Ginger Jacobs in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Invertebrate Zoology in Animal Science and Zoology at University of Phoenix.


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Date Created: 09/11/16
Molluscs Classification Chart 1 BIO/330 Version 3 University of Phoenix Material Mollusc Classification Chart Select 3 organisms, each from a different class of the phylum Mollusca.  Complete the classification chart below using the information you gathered about each mollusc. Defining Organism Class Characteristics Interesting Fact Some male cuttlefish Long body shape, make themselves look Cuttlefish (Sepiida) Cephalopoda large eyes, can like females in order to change color at will steal mates from more dominant males.  Despite its size, the giant squid has Eyes can be up to 10 managed to go Giant Squid Cephalopoda inches in diameter. unnoticed and (Architeuthis) Tentacles can grow unobserved in its over 33 feet in length. natural habitat. Most giant squid are found dead.  Size can get up to 16 Knobbed Whelk inches in length. The shell is the state Gastropoda shell for both New (Busycon carica) Have a thick, spiral Jersey and Georgia.  shell.  References A­Z Animals. (2008­2016). Cuttlefish. Retrieved from http://a­z­ Chesapeake Bay Program. (2012). Knobbed Whelk. Retrieved from Smithsonian Institute. (2016). Giant Squid. Retrieved from Copyright © 2016 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved.


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