Are marine wormssea pens and sea urchins plankton?

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... sea urchin larvae grow and ... Sea urchins are slow moving marine creatures grazing on algae covered rocks. ... Plankton of the Riviera. Prev;
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Positive: 52 %
Invertebrates in the Plankton: Echinodermata. The echinoderms include the familiar sea stars, brittle stars, and sea urchins, as well as the more enigmatic ...
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The purple sea urchin lives in kelp forests, ... In these situations, the seabed is stripped bare of marine algae creating what is known as urchin barrens.
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Positive: 52 %
... stars and Sea lilies. Like other Echinoderms they are found ... consuming plankton and ... urchins) are known predators. Sea lilies have ...
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Positive: 47 %
The purple sea urchin is an aptly named species, easily identified by the strikingly vivid, purple spines that project from its rounded body. These ...
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Positive: 33 %
Marine Invertebrates in the Plankton. ... Echinodermata (sea stars, urchins, brittle stars, ... What is plankton?
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