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Marine Invertebrate Larvae: A Study in Morphological Diversity

In this Web site, courtesy of Dr. Thurston Lacalli of the University of Saskatchewan, visitors will find an excellent collection of marine invertebrate larvae images. Consisting mainly of transmission electron micrographs, the image gallery may be accessed through a graphical or text-only menu. The phylogenetic tree layout of the graphical menu helps familiarize visitors with invertebrate classification. Lacalli also provides a brief tutorial intended for students new to the topic, which addresses basic features of marine invertebrate larvae and their phylogenetic significance. The sections on protostomes and deuterstomes include loads of helpful diagrams. Altogether, this visually appealing site would be a welcome addition to college-level courses in zoology or related subjects.
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