Nudibranch; Berghia coerulescens: Chromodoris lochi pair in Puerto Galera, the Philippines: Scientific classification; Kingdom: ia: Phylum: Mollusca: Class: Gastropoda (unranked):
A live lined chiton, Tonicella lineata photographed in situ: The anterior end of the is to the right. Scientific classification; Kingdom: ia: Phylum: Mollusca: Class:
The Blue-Ringed Octopus can be best described as ‘one cute that might kill you’. The term blue-ringed octopus does not merely refer to a single species, but a genus of species that are marked by bright blue circular patterns.
This page contains hundreds of links related to shell collecting, conchology and mollusca.
Description: A spectacular ammonite is a Cleoniceras besairei from Madagascar which has been polished to show the wonderful fire opal iridescence for which they are known.
What does a firefly squid look like, what do they eat, how do they move, where do they live, video
Images and documentation of Pennsylvanian fossils collected at the I-170 Pennsylvanian locality in St. Louis, MO
Click on the group name in the table below to read about aquatic and semi-aquatic invertebrates that can be found in NY. Information about aquatic insects not found in stream riffles in New York State may not be discussed. A PDF version of these web pages is available: Freshwater Macroinvertebrates
List of s that start with c: pictures & facts. Find awesome s beginning with c, including capybaras, cheetahs, crocodiles, coyotes & many more.
Mollusks include creatures as widely divergent in appearance and behavior as snails, clams and cuttlefish. In this slideshow, you’ll learn 10 …