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What is a Barnacle? You may have seen barnacles along the shoreline attached to pilings or rocks.
What is a Barnacle? They are a common sight along the Bays tidal zones. Some might think they are some type of mollusk.
What is a Barnacle? Actually, they more closely related to the blue crab than the blue mussel. They are crustaceans!
What is a Barnacle? Barnacles are small shrimp like organisms that attach their heads to a hard object, build a house, and kick food into their mouths with their feet.
Barnacles There are two major groups of barnacles. The gooseneck barnacles are shown here.
Barnacles In our area, these are only found in the ocean where they attach to some floating object.
Barnacles The other group consist of the acorn barnacles. The most common type in our area is the bay barnacle.
Barnacle Life Cycle Young barnacles are called naupli. These naupli swim around in the plankton going through several molts.
Barnacle Life Cycle Barnacle naupli are very common members of inshore plankton samples.
Barnacle Life Cycle Eventually the young barnacle will develop into a cyprid larva and find a suitable spot to attach and spend its life.
Barnacle Life Cycle
Barnacles Once the barnacle has attached to an object, its there for the rest of its life!
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.
The term plankton is applied to those organisms that are the drifters of the sea.
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Skates & Rays Skates and rays are both cartilaginous fishes that are related to the sharks.
Mussels Mussels, like clams and oysters, have two shells and are therefore bivalves.
Whelks Whelks are marine snails or gastropod mollusks.
Mrs. Gridley, Grade 4Pfaff Elementary School. What Do You Think About Fiddlers? Where do they live? Do you think their habitat has salt or fresh water?
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Meet the. Im a Giant Green Sea Anemone. I look like a green flower. I live attached to a rock. I eat at high tides. I close up in the hot sunlight. I.
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Birds of the Bay There are many birds that spent at least part of the year near the Chesapeake Bay.
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
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General About 30 different marine mammals have been reported in Virginias coastal areas.
Crinoid: Missouris Fossil Mrs. Hicks. What is a crinoid?? Attached firmly to the ocean floor and swaying gently in the ocean currents, crinoids resemble.
First Grade Sight Words a in I and is it for.
Jellyfishes For those that have spent any time during the summer on the Chesapeake Bay, they have probably met the sea nettle that can be such a pain!
Urban Regions: What Are They?. Whats the Difference? Urban Region Not an Urban Region.
SCIENCE PASS REVIEW FOOD CHAINS & ECOSYSTEMS Brooke Ard | 5 th Grade Math & Science | Griggs Road.
Cell Organelle Review. Any organism composed of one or more cells, each of which contains a clearly defined nucleus enclosed by a membrane, along with.
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