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rockminx_10-4-3

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Abstract

Ordovician. Brookville Formation. The Bryozoa (moss animals) are a geologically important group of small animals; some that suberficially resemble corals. All bryozoans are colonial and most are marine. Bryozoans are most abundant in temperate-tropical waters that are not too turbid. They require a hard or firm substrate to attach to, and clear agitated water from which they obtain their suspended food.

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UT Department of Environmental Sciences

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Cedar Grove, IN

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The University of Toledo

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Digital Initiatives, University of Toledo Libraries

LC Subject

environmental sciences; virtual exhibitions

Keywords

virtual exhibition; science;

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