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Molluscs, Segmented Worms and Minor Phyla Video Part 2

Video title: Molluscs Segmented Worms and Minor Phyla Part 2

Watch this video entitled Molluscs, Segmented Worms and Minor Phyla Part 2. Discover characteristics of invertebrate species belonging to the phyla Mollusca

With this title you will look at the class Bivalvia; which includes mussles, clams, scallops, oysters; the class Cephalopoda which includes octopus, squid and nautiluses. You will also examine the phylum Annelida or segmented worm, and a number of minor phyla.

 

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Molluscs, Segmented Worms and Minor Phyla Video Part 2. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Invertebrates Video. Learn about Minor Phyla, Segmented Worms and Molluscs. Survey some of the more complex invertebrates, from snails and bivalves to squids and sea mice.
  • Describe the basic characteristics of invertebrate species belonging to the phyla Mollusca, Annelida, and Tardigrada and identify animal species belonging to scientific classes and orders within the phyla Mollusca and Annelida.
  • Gain an introduction to chitons, abalones, cowries, periwinkles, fig shells, conchs, whelks, murexes, sea slugs, land snails, mussels, giant clams, penshells, scallops, rock cockles, oysters, octopuses, squids, nautiluses, sea mice, earthworms, and leeches.
  • Discover the physical characteristics, diet, and habitats of selected species belonging to scientific classes and orders within the phyla Mollusca, Annelida, and Tardigrada.
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