Ctenophora: The Marine Comb Jellies

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What is the main method of movement for ctenophores?

How large can adult ctenophores grow?

What distinguishes the body form of cydippids among ctenophores?

What do beroids, a type of ctenophore, primarily prey on?

What is notable about the fossils thought to represent ctenophores?


Test your knowledge about Ctenophora, also known as comb jellies, which are marine invertebrates that use cilia for swimming. Learn about their habitat, characteristics, and diversity.

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