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Actinopterygii, Bony Fish *(4) Invasive Aquatic Animals *(10)
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Cartilaginous Fishes *(28) Molluscs *(77)
Crustaceans *(63) Porifera, Sponges *(1)
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Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants - Information, including databases, on aquatic and wetlands plants, including invasive plants and their control. Many internet links to related resources. From University of Florida.
Dangerous Brazilian Aquatic Animals - Images of jellyfish, stingray, scorpionfish, piranha, anaconda and other Brazilian dangerous aquatic animals. Shows the accidents provoked in humans beings and first measures of treatment. Site in English and Portuguese.
FreshwaterLife - Information about freshwater animals and plants.
Life in a Massachusetts Tide Pool - Articles, photographs and activities involving a variety of marine organisms.
Marine Biology - Site with descriptions and pictures of over 60 of the intertidal organisms in the Pacific Northwest.
Marine Biology with Ms. M. - Information on taxonomy of sharks.
Marine Flatworms of the World - Devoted to the study of polyclad flatworms (Phylum Platyhelminthes, Class Turbellaria, Order Polycladida), a group of large, free-living marine Platyhelminthes which are mainly found in tropical coral reefs.
Marine Life Library - A searchable compilation of underwater photography featuring marine lifeforms and creatures.
Meiofauna: the Microscopic World - Meiofauna are tiny organisms (such as protozoa) -- almost all of the living things you can see with a basic microscope (at least 40X magnification) but not with the naked eye. Site discusses their potential uses in biology education and research on evolution and ecology.
Ron's Pond Scum - Microscopic images of fresh water microlife. Images and descriptive text not limited to Paramecium, Amoeba, Stentor, Vorticella or Daphnia.
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