Although being called "sea cows", manatees and dugongs like to occasionally munch on invertebrates and even small fish. It seems they are not strict vegans! whalescientists.com/siren…
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I’m all for Halloween decorations, but I draw the line at skeletons of invertebrates.
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This is the Butaan or Varanus olivaceus at a zoo. Normally, monitor lizards are carnivorous but these guys primarily eat fruit and some invertebrates and are only found in the Philippines reddit.com/gallery/krmi9u
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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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The Tasmanian Giant Freshwater Crayfish, the largest freshwater invertebrate in the world
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πŸ”₯ Pyrosomes are huge free-floating coalitions of marine invertebrates, made up of hundreds of thousands or even millions, of individual life forms
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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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Blue-Ringed Octopus cake made entirely from scratch with funfetti cake, vanilla buttercream, molded Rice Krispies, and marshmallow fondant. A LONG but fun project for an invertebrate zoology class. reddit.com/gallery/je7di3
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πŸ‘€︎ u/captainmarvel25
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Calling all invertebrate lovers! I’m having a bit of trouble identifying these anemones. They were found whilst rock pooling in Cornwall. Any thoughts? reddit.com/gallery/keh4vb
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Say hello to The Coconut Crab - World’s Largest Terrestrial Invertebrate.
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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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Invertebrates
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What is this invertebrate? reddit.com/gallery/klwdwp
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Arthropleura, an extinct prehistoric millipede and the largest known land invertebrate to ever exist. They had few, if any, predators
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To be fair, it is a hard paragraph to understand if you're a snail or some other invertebrate. np.reddit.com/r/books/com…
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What are some of the best, low-maintenance beginner invertebrates that are legal in Canada?

I’m thinking vinegaroons but I want to know other people’s opinions as well

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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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What beginner terrestrial invertebrate do you recommend?

I have an old 40 gallon I used for my hamster so it’s ok if it requires a lot of space.

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Arthropleura (Greek for jointed ribs) is an extinct millipede arthropods that lived around 345 to 295 million years ago. Reaching sizes of around 2.5 metres long it is considered the largest known land invertebrates of all time, and would have had few, if any, predators.
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I know very little about fossils, I found this (what I think is basalt) rock many years ago near the Chesapeake bay I believe. I am curious to what type of invertebrate this is and from what era reddit.com/gallery/kof84o
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Some tarantulas and microhylids (small frogs) create a mutualistic symbiosis with one another in which the large spider acts as a bodyguard protecting the frog from large predators, and the frog eats small invertebrates that come off of the remains of the spider's prey and target the spider's eggs.
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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 21 2020
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If humans have started genetic engineering, where are the freshwater marine fish, invertebrates, etc? Shouldn't we have saw them in pet stores by now?
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Zool 250 ( Survey of the Invertebrates)

Hi all, if you are taking Zool 250 ( Survey of the Invertebrates) through Heather Proctor, can I drop the in-person lab (do all labs online) at all during winter 2021. Also if you are taking this class and wanna make new friends message me pls. Thanks and advance Happy New Year!

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TIL about the discovery of an enzyme called lysine demethylase 7a, that facilitates appropriate development of a mouse embryo from tip to tail, ensuring that the mouse develops 'according to plan' by modulating expression of Hox genes. These findings apply in varying degree to all invertebrates. nature.com/articles/s4200…
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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 21 2020
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Cohabitating ball python with invertebrates

Edit: I left my phone open and this accidentally got posted too soon. Funny that I already got comments anyway! Lol

Hello! I am researching ball python husbandry and planning on getting one next spring. I also am very interested in invertebrates, although not enough to start researching much yet, because I would rather only have to upkeep one enclosure. I am planning on setting up a fully bioactive planted enclosure complete with UV light for plants and plenty of hiding places. I’m actually going to be doing that at least a month or two before purchasing a snake, so the plants and cleanup crew have time to become established.

Of course I am already planning on getting isopods. But I was curious if any larger invertebrates can be housed with ball pythons? Snails, beetles, millipedes?

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TIL: Snails burrow under the leaves and soil and hibernate. Their heart rate slows to where it hardly beats at all, and the snail's blood contains chemicals that prevent it from freezing, similar to many insects and other invertebrates, and even frogs and other animals. thesnailwrangler.com/educ…
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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 21 2020
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Help with identifying cretaceous invertebrates in Burmese amber.

I recently purchased a second-hand Nikon trinoculor microscope and as part of the tests I had a look at the little midge in Burmese amber I bought a while back. It passes all the UV and hot needle tests. The midge is tiny and not shown here, what is shown is what I found when I went looking. It's quite clearly an insect, my guess is something like a nympth of a damselfly and a spider, the abdomen of which is clearly visible. I haven't been able to get a decent shot of the other side which is why there are two versions from the same angle.

Can anyone point me in the right direction of which species these are? Also, if the spider is actually biting the nymph, does that make it quite rare?

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https://imgur.com/a/4pyrSUu

Many thanks for your help.

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πŸ“…︎ Dec 29 2020
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Fuego is not an isopod, but definitely deserves some invertebrate-love too! I can’t believe how much I love this octofloof. Fuego will make an appearance on here sometimes.
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πŸ“…︎ Nov 28 2020
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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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Tiny Invertebrate Life in a Puddle! There's a whole unseen world of tiny crustaceans and insects right outside your door! v.redd.it/idwjcardd2761
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Did vertebrates come after invertebrates?
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 25 2020
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Blue-Ringed Octopus cake made entirely from scratch with funfetti cake, vanilla buttercream, molded Rice Krispies, and marshmallow fondant. A LONG but fun project for an invertebrate zoology class.
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πŸ‘€︎ u/captainmarvel25
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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 21 2020
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According to this Maelstrom AI, most aliens are invertebrates. imgur.com/a/MuZiR1p
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 26 2020
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πŸ”₯ The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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πŸ‘€︎ u/markantony2021
πŸ“…︎ Dec 21 2020
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My first ever invertebrate, inspired by Kiwi
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πŸ‘€︎ u/Nyxhen
πŸ“…︎ Dec 13 2020
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Marine invertebrate known as a Sea Pen. Flowers every 36yrs.
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The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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πŸ“…︎ Dec 21 2020
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Fun fact: The newly described cave king has a brownish-yellow body with pale yellow antennae, and its yellow legs are studded with 13 to 17 "saw teeth." As the biggest invertebrate predator in the cave ecosystem, this centipede stands at the top of the food chain. youtu.be/1fwoTKh0tQ0
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πŸ‘€︎ u/markantony2021
πŸ“…︎ Dec 21 2020
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Worms Rumble is what you get when you mix invertebrates with Fortnite youtu.be/rf6YDM0VdeA
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πŸ‘€︎ u/walruslimepie
πŸ“…︎ Dec 18 2020
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Blue-Ringed Octopus cake made entirely from scratch with funfetti cake, vanilla buttercream, molded Rice Krispies, and marshmallow fondant. A LONG but fun project for an invertebrate zoology class.
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πŸ‘€︎ u/captainmarvel25
πŸ“…︎ Oct 19 2020
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If I remove my spine will I be an invertebrate?
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πŸ‘€︎ u/InfiniteSkies27
πŸ“…︎ Dec 21 2020
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What bug/invertebrate is featured on this post card my friend gave to me? Thank you!
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