Description Distinguishing features. Bryozoans, phoronids and brachiopods strain food out of the water by means of a lophophore, a "crown" of hollow tentacles.
Bryozoans, sometimes referred to as moss animals or ectoprocts are tiny, colonial organisms. Their development does not follow either a true protostome or ...
Bryozoans are tiny, filter-feeding invertebrates. They create colonies that can be mossy, branching, or round and jellylike.
BRYOZOANS (Water Brains!) ... Freshwater bryozoan colonies are ... I saw Pectinatella magnifica bryozoans in a lake. See my pictures of Pectinatella magnifica ...
Information on bryozoans, the large jelly-like blobs sometimes found in lakes
The Bryozoans are an ancient phylum of small to microscopic but fascinating and often beautiful animals that build intricate colonies. Watching them alive under a ...
General Information about Freshwater Bryozoans. Bryozoans are small marine and freshwater animals that live on submerged surfaces. They are modular in structure ...
INTRODUCTION. The Bryozoa (moss animals) are a geologically important group of small animals; some that superficially resemble corals.
Bryozoans, or Ectoprocta, are a phylum of small aquatic animals living in colonies. The colonies usually have a skeleton of calcium carbonate. Bryozoans have a long ...
Almost all bryozoans are colonial, composed of anywhere from a few to millions of individuals. This skeleton of a living bryozoan, collected at Bahia de los Angeles ...