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THE INTERNAL ANATOMY. To examine the internal anatomy of the starfish, we need a sharp scalpel, dissecting scissors, and a blunt probe.
Invertebrates II
5. Identify and locate the external and internal structures of a sea star. 6.
STARS - HUSCAP
Internal anatomy of two short-rayed sea-stars, Patiria pectinifera (MULLER & TROSCHEL) and. Asterina batheri GOTO. BY.
STARS - HUSCAP
(With 1 Plate and 30 Text-figures).
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Starfish Model. Freestanding model allows students to view the intricate details of a starfish's surface structure as well as internal anatomy.

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Starfish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As echinoderms, starfish possess a hydraulic water vascular system that aids in locomotion.
Starfish
Internal anatomy of a starfish: marine animal with radiating symmetry. They are equipped with numerous tube feet.
Internal anatomy of a sea star (asteroidea) - YouTube
Oct 26, 2008 MT. SAC Bio 2 dissection of the internal anatomy of a sea star.
SEA STARS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST Biology / Anatomy
Echinoderms (starfish, brittle star, sea urchin, feather star, sea
There is no replication of internal organs, just one set in the central disk. Compared to starfish, brittle stars have a much smaller central disc and no anus.

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