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Online Zoology Lab Virtual Museum B These specimens accompany Q15 on p37. Classify these animals using the dichotomous key in Chapter 3.
Thumbnails of Specimens A-K Click thumbnail for larger photo A B C D E F G H I J K
Specimen A: Sponge [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution: Phillipe Bourjon
Specimen B: Jellyfish [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution: BuzzWoof
Specimen C: Clam [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution: Anna Frodesiak
Specimen D: Starfish [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution: Achim Raschka: Under GFDL:
Specimen E: Liver Fluke [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution: Alan R Walker -http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Fasciola-hepatica-adults.jpg -
Specimen F: Earthworm [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution:
Specimen G: Snake [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution: Lvthn13, Public domain:
Specimen H: Frog [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution: Groene Kikker : Public Domain:
Specimen I: Crayfish [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution: Lord Mountbatten:
Specimen J: Butterfly [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution: Richard Bartz
Specimen K: Fish [return to thumbnails] [return to thumbnails] Attribution: Unknown, Public domain:
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