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26-05-2014, 02:52 PM
RE: Metazoa info
(26-05-2014 12:01 PM)Blackhand293 Wrote:  
(26-05-2014 09:41 AM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  What do you guys think about me doing animals based on what I though of a person at the moment?

Didn't you do this all ready? Also Aardwolf.

No that was request. I will show you what I mean.

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20-06-2014, 06:18 AM
RE: Metazoa info
House Dust Mite(requested by Teen-skeptic-go!)

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Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus

Size:0.25-0.3 mm in length

Weight:not known

Life expectancy: 10-19 days average, mated females can last 70 days

When it first appeared: Not known

Location:Everywhere besides water bodies like ponds and oceans

Taxonomy:

Class:Arachnida
Subclass:Acarina
Order:Acariformes
Superfamily:Pyroglyphoidea
Family:Pyroglyphidae
Genus:Dermatophagoides
Species:Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus

Diet:Small particles of organic matter

Anatomy: No special anatomy besides it being the smallest animal.

Behavior: This animal travels around eating organic matter.

Reproduction: Fmelaes lay 60-100 eggs 5 weeks before her death. Not much is known about the mating process.

Relationship with other animals: Due to it small size it can't have any interspecific relationships.

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Other sources:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/articles/h/h...t_mite.htm

http://housedustmite.com/for-parents-patients/

http://www.microbiologybytes.com/video/mite.html

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20-06-2014, 06:19 AM
RE: Metazoa info
Immortal Jellyfish(requested by Free Thought)

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Turritopsis dohrnii

Size:4.5mm in diameter

Weight: Not known

Life Expectancy: Immortal

When it first appeared: Not known

Location: This jellyfish is found in all temperate to tropical oceans.

Taxonomy:

Class:Hydrozoa
Order:Anthomedusae
Family:Oceaniidae
Genus:Turritopsis
Species:Turritopsis dohrnii

Diet:This animal eats plankton,small mollusk, and fish eggs

Anatomy:This jellyfish has 80-90 tentacles. The most amazing part of this jellyfish is its cells. This jellyfish can use cells from the tissues of the bell surface and the circulatory canal system. This jellyfish can revert back to its polyp state. This process is exclusive to this animal, and is the only animal able to be truly immortal.

Behavior: This jelly fish is solitary. It swims and hunts for food all day.

Reproduction: Females develop eggs in the gonads. The gonads are found in the manubrium. The females than release their eggs in the same water males release their sperm. The eggs, once fertilized, begins to develop into the planula stage. The planula develop into polyp colonies. Once they become hydroids the they bud 1mm in diameter jellyfish. These animals become sexually mature after a few weeks in their adult stage.

Relationship with other animals: Besides its prey and humans trying to learn how to become immortal from it, there is no other relationships with other animals.

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Look into it, and you may become immortal.

Other sources:

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/...swarm.html

http://www.immortal-jellyfish.com/Immort...Facts.html

http://motherboard.vice.com/read/could-t...ve-forever

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20-06-2014, 06:20 AM
RE: Metazoa info
Aardwolf(requested by Blackhand293)

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Proteles cristata

Size:55-80 cm body, 20-30cm tail

Weight: 7-10kg

Life expectancy:12 years in captivity

When if First appeared: in the Pleistocene

Location: The aardwolf is found in dry plains and bushlands in eastern and southern Africa

[Image: aardwolf_range.jpg]

Taxonomy:

Class:Mammalia
Clade:Holotheria
Superlegion:Trechnotheria
Legion:Cladotheria
Sublegion:Zatheria
Infralegion:Tribosphenida
Subclass:Theria
Clade:Eutheria
Infraclass:Placentalia
Subcohort:Exafroplacentalia
Magnorder:Boreoutheria
Superorder:Laurausiatheria
?:Zooamata or Euungulata
(unranked):Ferae
(unranked):Carnivoramorpha
Order:Carnivora
Suborder:Feliformia
Family:Hyaenidae
Subfamily:Protelinae
Genus:Proteles
Species:Proteles cristata

Diet: This animal fees on termites of the genus Trinervithermes.

Anatomy: The ears of this animal can turn at angles that help it hear from everywhere in its environment. The tongue of this animal is also impressive, as it is board and sticky so that it can eat termites

Behavior: This animal is nocturnal and shy. This animal lives in a monogamous relationship with its young. These animals are territorial and will chase intruders up to 400meters from their home. They will roar, bite, and bark at the intruder when the catch them. Both males and females will mark territory through anal glands.
The aardwolf does not make its own home, instead it makes abandoned dens from aardvarks, spring hares, and porcupines its home.

Reproduction: The breeding season depends on the location of the Aardwolf. In south Africa, breeding takes place in July. Other areas it takes place in autumn or spring. Males that have no mate will find territory to mate, and dominant males will mate with weaker male's females. They will also overstay their welcome on other males territories before mating season. The gestation period last 89-92 days, and they produce two-five cubs. The parents raise their offspring for three months. Aardwolves reach sexual maturity at the age of one and a half-2 years.

Interactions with other animals: Due to its size and fighting skills, it will avoid interspecific conflicts when ever it can.

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AARDWOLF RASPBERRIES!!!

Other sources:

http://www.hyaenidae.org/the-hyaenidae/a...tatus.html

http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/ac..._cristata/

http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/18372/0

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20-06-2014, 06:20 AM
RE: Metazoa info
Irukandji Jellyfish(requested by Free Thought)

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Carukia barnesi

Size:12 by 30mm in height and 5 to 50cm in diameter

Weight:Not known

Life expectancy: Not known

Location: They are found in the coast lines of northern Australia.

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Taxonomy:

Class:Cubozoa
Order:Carybaeida
Family:Alatinidae
Genus:Carukia
Species:Carukai barnesi

Diet: This animal eats fish and marine invertebrates.

Anatomy: The stinging cells of this cubozoan is deadly to humans. Its sting can cause Irukandji syndrome. Despite it earning the name of Irukandji jellyfish, jellyfish like Malo kingi also share this name.

Behavior: The jellyfish is a fast swimmer.

Reproduction: Males release sperm in water while females release eggs.

Female irukandji jellyfish are defined by having their oocytes fully developed. Both sexes are mature at the height of 8mm.

Relationship with other animals: Humans are the main victims to this animals sting.

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The jelly of pure evil

Other sources:

http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/ac...a_barnesi/

http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/cnidaria/C_barnesi.html

http://www.barrierreefaustralia.com/the-...kandji.htm

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21-06-2014, 07:13 PM
RE: Metazoa info
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22-06-2014, 05:26 PM (This post was last modified: 22-06-2014 05:30 PM by TSG.)
RE: Metazoa info
(20-06-2014 06:18 AM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  House Dust Mite(requested by Teen-skeptic-go!)

[Image: mite.jpg]

Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus

Size:0.25-0.3 mm in length

Weight:not known

Life expectancy: 10-19 days average, mated females can last 70 days

When it first appeared: Not known

Location:Everywhere besides water bodies like ponds and oceans

Taxonomy:

Class:Arachnida
Subclass:Acarina
Order:Acariformes
Superfamily:Pyroglyphoidea
Family:Pyroglyphidae
Genus:Dermatophagoides
Species:Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus

Diet:Small particles of organic matter

Anatomy: No special anatomy besides it being the smallest animal.

Behavior: This animal travels around eating organic matter.

Reproduction: Fmelaes lay 60-100 eggs 5 weeks before her death. Not much is known about the mating process.

Relationship with other animals: Due to it small size it can't have any interspecific relationships.

[Image: dustmite3[1].jpg]

Attack of the dust mites NOW IN COLOR!

Other sources:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/articles/h/h...t_mite.htm

http://housedustmite.com/for-parents-patients/

http://www.microbiologybytes.com/video/mite.html

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Also, I find it hard to believe that they don't have any inter-specific relationships at all.

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22-06-2014, 05:32 PM
RE: Metazoa info
(23-04-2014 07:17 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  Remember those metazoa info post I made? Well I will be putting it all on one big thread(including some of my old ones). So every day(if I can) I will be putting up information on animals. Corrections can be made if I have made a mistake, I take request, and all animals will be done extinct or extant.

Well thank Jebus for this. I mean, just this morning I was looking for the 1-800-Metazoa info line. Tongue

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24-06-2014, 11:33 PM
RE: Metazoa info
Candiru

[Image: vandellia_1.jpg]

Vandellia cirrhosa

Size:16in

Weight:Not known

Life expectancy:not known

When it first appeared:not known

Location:this animal lives in rivers. They are found in the amazon and Orinoco basins

[Image: map_of_Vandellia_cirrhosa.jpg]

Taxonomy:

Class:Actinopterygii
(unranked):Actinopteri
Subclass:Neopterygii
Infraclass:Telostei
Superorder:Ostariophysi
Order:Siluriformes
Superfamily:Loricariodea
Family:Trichomycteridae
Genus:Vandellia
Species:Vandellia cirrhasa

Diet:This animal feeds on blood.

Behavior:This animal is solitary and is said to swim into the human urethra and fish gills.

Anatomy:Besides its small size it has not special anatomy

Reproduction:Not known

Relationship with other animals:This animal is parasitic so it attacks alot of other animals.

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He just wants to suck the life out of you

Other sources:

http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/ac..._cirrhosa/

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/8811

http://facstaff.cbu.edu/~seisen/TheDreadedCandiru.htm

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25-06-2014, 01:16 PM
RE: Metazoa info
(24-06-2014 11:33 PM)ThePaleolithicFreethinker Wrote:  Candiru

[Image: vandellia_1.jpg]

Vandellia cirrhosa

Size:16in

Weight:Not known

Life expectancy:not known

When it first appeared:not known

Location:this animal lives in rivers. They are found in the amazon and Orinoco basins

[Image: map_of_Vandellia_cirrhosa.jpg]

Taxonomy:

Class:Actinopterygii
(unranked):Actinopteri
Subclass:Neopterygii
Infraclass:Telostei
Superorder:Ostariophysi
Order:Siluriformes
Superfamily:Loricariodea
Family:Trichomycteridae
Genus:Vandellia
Species:Vandellia cirrhasa

Diet:This animal feeds on blood.

Behavior:This animal is solitary and is said to swim into the human urethra and fish gills.

Anatomy:Besides its small size it has not special anatomy

Reproduction:Not known

Relationship with other animals:This animal is parasitic so it attacks alot of other animals.

[Image: 989925_f496.jpg]

He just wants to suck the life out of you

Other sources:

http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/ac..._cirrhosa/

http://www.fishbase.org/summary/8811

http://facstaff.cbu.edu/~seisen/TheDreadedCandiru.htm

Awww just look at that cute little vampiric fish. I could just eat it up.

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