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Fossil List 2010 Examples Invertebrates Nummulites Forams (foraminifer)
Fusulinid Triticites Diatoms
Sponges (Phylum Porifera) Hydnoceras Astraeospongia
Bryozoa ARCHIMEDES Rhomboporia Fenestrate
Graptolites (Phylum Hemichordata) Graptolite Corals (Phylum Cniodaria) Horn & Colonial Corals Heliophyllum
Favosites Hexagonara Halysites Septastraea
Arthropods Trilobites Cryptolithus Phacops Isotelus
Elrathia Eurypterids Insects Crustaceans Shrimp Lobster
Crab Horseshoe crab Barnicles Balanus
Inarticulate Articulate Lingula Platystrophia Brachiopods
Atrypa Mucrospirifer Rafinesquina
Leptaena Composita Juresania
Molluscs (Phylum Mollusca) Bivalves (Clams mussels oysters) Pecten Gryphaea Exogyra Pholadomya
Gastropods (Snails) Conus Turnitella Worthenia Platyceras
Cypraea Cephalopods (Nautiloids Ammonoids Belemnoids) Orthoceras Nautilus
Dactylioceras Baculites Belemnites Ammonite
Echinoderms Crinonids Stem pieces Stems Columns Crinonid Fronds Calyxes
Echinoids Sea urchins Heart urchins Sand dollars
Asteroids Sea Stare Brittle Stars
Blastiods Blastoid Pentremites Vertebates Fish Jawless Fish Agnathans Armored Fish (Placoderms) Dunkleosteus
Bothriolepis Cartilagenous Fish Chrondrichthyans Sharks and Rays Megalodon Shark’s Tooth Shark Vertebra Shark Jaws
Sting Ray Barbs Ray teeth Bony Fish (Osteichthyans)
Reptiles Mammal-like reptiles (Theraspids) Dimetrodon Lystrosaurus Ichthyosaurs Plesiosaurs
Allosaurus Dinosaurs Saurischians (Lizard hipped) Apatosaurus
Coelophysis Deinonychus Plateosaurus
Ornithischians (Bird hipped) Iguanodon Stegosaurus
Birds Archaeopteryx Mammals Whale Vertebra
Mammoth Tooth Mammuthus (Mammoth) Mammut (Mastodon) Mastodon Tooth Hyracotherium Dawn Horse Fossil Tooth Eocene Mammals
Equis Horse tooth fossil Smilodon-Sabre Tooth Cat Neanderthalensis Skull
Plants Annularia Calamites Ferns Horsetails
Scale Tree Lepidodendron Seed Fern Glossopteris Gymnosperm Metasequoia
Ginkgo Angiosperm Acer
Trace Fossils Trails, Borings Trilobite Trails Borings Tracks, Trackways Dinosaur Footprint Dinosaur Trackway
Worm Burrow Cast Burrows Herbivore Carnivore Coprolites Other Fossils Trapped in amber
Trapped in tar Petrified wood Stromatolites
The awesome power of Arthropod Group members: Kaixun, Ethan, Aaron and Matthew.
Challenge 2 T. Trimpe 2008
Arthropods Jointed-legged invertebrates. Arthropod Characteristics Chitinous exoskeleton Paired-jointed appendages Growth with ecdysis (molting) Open.
Simple Invertebrates Sponge Sponges are asymmetrical and do not have real tissue or organs. Cnidarians have radial symmetry and have a mouth, tentacles,
Arthropods Jointed-legged invertebrates. Arthropod Characteristics Metamerism with tagmatization Chitinous exoskeleton Paired-jointed appendages Growth.
9. Arthropods Largest and most successful phylum in the animal kingdom. 85% of all animals! Largest and most successful phylum in the animal kingdom.
Kingdom Animalia. ~ Characteristics ~ Multicellular Multicellular Eukaryotic with no cell walls Eukaryotic with no cell walls Heterotrophs (consumers)
Sponges Echinoderms Tunicates Lancelets Fish Amphibians Reptiles Birds Mammals Cnidarians Flatworms Roundworms Mollusks Annelids Arachnids Crustaceans.
Invertebrates Bella Johnson, Madison Doyle, and Autumn Funderburgh BJ.
Multicellular, eukaryotic, no cell wall, heterotrophs, capable of movement, reproduce sexually, body symmetry (radial or bilateral) 9 Phyla- 8 invertebrate.
Definition: A type of animal that filters the water it lives in to get food. Body Systems: Their symmetry is asymmetrical and they don’t have any body.
Kingdom Animalia. Bellringer 3/22/11Copy questions and answer on page Which of these organisms do you think are animals? 2. On what characteristics.
An arthropod is an invertebrate with an exoskeleton, a segmented body, and jointed legs.
INVERTEBRATES Are animals which do not have a skeleton Size Most are very small, some such as giant squids Body shape Most invertebrates are symmetrical.
INVERTEBRATE PHYLUM Casy mandrell Justine woods CNIDARIAN\ JELLY FISH Definition- An animal with tentacles that have the ability to sting its prey.
Arthropods The Armored Achievers pp Arthropod Largest phylum with 1 million species (3/4 of all animals on earth) Segmented bilateral symmetry.
Unit 6 – Lecture 7. Kingdom Animalia Animals Are: eukaryotic multicellular sexually reproducing mostly some have asexual reproduction.
All of the major phyla of animals are represented in the plankton. Remember: In the sea, microscopic plantlike organisms form the base of the food chain.
Animals as Living Things Vocabulary Grade 4. An animal with a backbone is called a vertebrate. A bird is a vertebrate. A human is a vertebrate.
Kingdom Fungi Eukaryotic, multicellular, heterotrophic Used to be classified in the plant kingdom, but because they lack chlorophyll (dont photosynthesize),
CHAPTER 26 Sponges, Cnidarians, Flatworms, and Roundworms.
Phylum Porifera. The word porifera originates from Latin and refers to the organism having a body full of _____. It literally means "pore bodied" or "pore.
Blue Crab Blue crabs are not only the best know crustaceans in the Chesapeake Bay, but also one of the best known animals.
Classification The evolution of Complexity: single cell prokaryote to multicellular eukaryotes.
By: Bailey Wing, Kaylie Deswart. Cnidaris/Jellyfish B.W *Definition-a animal with tentacles that’s able to sting its prey or predators. *Body System-they.
Sponges are sessile and have a porous body and choanocytes Sponges, phylum Porifera, live in both fresh and marine waters Sponges lack true tissues and.
Unit 5 Week 4 reef Key Words. Unit 5 Week 4 partnership Key Words.
Sponges Phylum Porifera. SPONGES ARE STRANGE Only meet MINIMUM requirement for Kingdom Animalia –Multicellular, eukaryotic cells, heterotrophic, moves.
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Sponges Phylum Porifera. Phylum Porifera – Pore Bearers Water flow Choanocyte Spicule Pore cell Pore Epidermal cell Archaeocyte Osculum Central cavity.
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