What do beetles and sea sponges have in common?

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What Do All Sea Sponges Have in Common?. Sea sponges belong to the phylum Porifera, ... What Do All Sea Sponges Have in Common? Written by alissa pond mentzer.
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Sponges do not have ... live on nutrients dissolved in sea water and were ... type of coralline sponge, are common in the Cambrian period ...
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Porifera - Sponges. ... Sponges have cells called choanocytes ... What do poriferans eat? Sponges feed on very fine particles suspended in the water.
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yellow are common sponge colours, though deep sea forms are often ... Sponges have no nervous system ... do not compete too much with one another ...
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What Do Sea Sponges Eat? by Madeline Masters. ... Encrusting sponges have amorphous bodies. They cling to surfaces like rock and other hard surfaces, ...
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The collar cells have a sticky, ... These sponges have more inner volume compared with their outside surface area and sometimes grow into strange ...
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