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FC: Biology Zoobook
1: By: Harley Summey
2: Lemon Shark Negaprion brevirostris
3: K- animalia P- chrodata C- elasmobranchii O- charchanrhiniformes F- charcharhinidae G- Negaprion S- brevirostris
4: Habitat: subtropical shallow water. ie, coral reefs, mangroves, enclosed sounds and bays, river mouths
6: Diet: cowfish, catfish, stingrays, seabirds, smaller sharks | Enemies: larger sharks prey on juveniles but for adults fishermen are their only enemy
8: Reproduction: mating occurs in shallow water in the spring. Lemon sharks are viviparous (living young). Litter size is 4-17 gestation period 10-12 months
10: Anatomy: no more than 10ft long, blunt noes, large and stocky, yellow back and white belly, curved teeth | Relatives: Nurse Sharks, Bull Sharks, Tiger Sharks
12: Protection: teeth, speed, thick skin
13: Interesting facts Scientific name means "shark with the smooth teeth and short snout" Only 10 unprovoked attacks (none fatal)
14: Sea Nettle Jellyfish Chryscora quinquearrah
15: K- animalia P- cridaria C- scyphoza O- semaeostomene F- pelagiidae G- Chrysaora S- quinquecrrah
16: Habitat: off the east coast of North America | Diet: plankton, zooplankton,young minnows, bay anchovy eggs, worms, mosquito larvae, jellyfish
18: Enemies: tuna, sharks, swordfish, sea turtles
19: Reproduction: jellyfish are neither male or female, eggs and sperm developed in "gonads" in the body wall, released through mouth into the sea.
20: Anatomy: saucer like in shape, 6 to 8 inc. in diameter, 4 oral arms and a number of several foot long tentacles
22: Relatives: other true jelly's | Protection: stinging tentacles that can paralyze or even kill small animals.
24: Interesting facts: More than 80% water, radially symmetric,only one opening (mouth), no brain, blood, or nervous system, 200 true jelly's
25: Earthworm Komarekiona eatoni
26: K- animalia P- annelida C- oligochaeta O- haplotaxida F- komarekionidae G- Komarekiona S- eatoni
27: Habitat: soil
28: Diet: dirt | Enemies: birds, ants, mole rats, snakes, toads, foxes
29: Reproduction: earthworm reproduction is very confusing, two worms line up in opposite directions and they both excrete sperm to fertilize the other
30: Anatomy: five hearts, no lungs, simple brains (not necessarily needed), streamline body, no eyes, light sensitive cells
32: Protection: tunnel deep underground, excrete mucous, roll into a ball
33: Relatives: other annelids | interesting facts: earthworms can survive being frozen, earthworms breath through their skin
34: Lady SLippers Paramecium aurelia
35: Habitat: yellow pond lily, common duckweed, hydrilla, stagnant warm water.
36: DIet: amoeba, eglena, bacteria, green algae
37: Enemies: water flea, flat worm, golden shiner, black crappie
38: Anatomy: oval, micro-organism, cilia to move | Reproduction: capable of sexual and asexual, asexual most common , sexual if under stressful situations