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A group of rubber ducky isopods (Cubaris sp.) at Josh’s Frogs in Owosso, Michigan.

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A group of eastern white slippersnails (Crepidula plans) on the inside of the shell of a lightning whelk (Busycon contrarium) photographed at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab
and Aquarium.

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A group of eastern white slippersnails (Crepidula plans) on the inside of the shell of a lightning whelk (Busycon contrarium) photographed at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab
and Aquarium.

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A group of olive nerite snails (Neritina reclivata) photographed at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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A group of olive nerite snails (Neritina reclivata) photographed at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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A group of clouded periwinkle snails (Littoraria nebulosa) photographed at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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A group of clouded periwinkle snails (Littoraria nebulosa) photographed at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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A group of Florida augers (Neoterebra dislocata) photographed at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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A group of maze pinecone snails (Strobilops labyrinthicus) at the Missouri State University Mussel Lab.

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A group of maze pinecone snails (Strobilops labyrinthicus) at the Missouri State University Mussel Lab.

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A group of Ozark threetooth snails (Triodopsis neglecta) at the Missouri State University Mussel Lab.

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A group of pyramid elimia (Elimia potosiensis) at the Missouri State University Mussel Lab.

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A group of pyramid elimia (Elimia potosiensis) at the Missouri State University Mussel Lab.

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A group of salamander mussel (Simpsonaias ambigua) at the Missouri State University Mussel Lab.

This is the only mussel known to use the salamander as a host for its larval stage.

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A group of salamander mussel (Simpsonaias ambigua) at the Missouri State University Mussel Lab.

This is the only mussel known to use the salamander as a host for its larval stage.

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Io moth caterpillars (Automeris io) at the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Io moth caterpillars (Automeris io) at the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Six Panacea fiddler crab (Uca panacea) at Gulf Specimen Marine Lab and Aquarium.

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A pair of unidentified spiketail dragonfly nymph (Cordulegastridae sp.) collected by the West Liberty University Crayfish Conservation Lab.

This insect was collected from Davis, West Virginia.

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A group of critically endangered Louisiana pearlshell (Margaritifera hembeli) photographed at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, AL.

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A group of federally endangered rayed kidneyshells (Ptychobranchus foremanianus) at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, Alabama.

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A group of federally endangered rayed kidneyshells (Ptychobranchus foremanianus) at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, Alabama.

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A group of critically endangered Cumberland beans (Venustaconcha trabalis) at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, Alabama.

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A group of critically endangered Cumberland beans (Venustaconcha trabalis) at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, Alabama.

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A group of juvenile, critically endangered, pale lilliput mussels (Toxolasma cylindrellus) at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, Alabama.

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A group of juvenile, critically endangered, pale lilliput mussels (Toxolasma cylindrellus) at the Alabama Aquatic Biodiversity Center in Marion, Alabama.

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Several species of invertebrates cling to a bougainvillea hydroid stem at Gulf Specimen in Panacea, Florida.

The orange piece at bottom is a staghorn bryozoan (Schizoporella unicornis.)

The gray fleshy material second from bottom is a cluster of clear sea squirt (Clavelina picta).

The yellow round objects are banded tulip snail eggs (Fasciolaria hunteria).

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Several species of invertebrates cling to a bougainvillea hydroid stem at Gulf Specimen in Panacea, Florida.

The orange piece at bottom is a
Staghorn bryozoan (Schizoporella unicornis.)

The gray fleshy material second from bottom is a cluster of clear sea squirt (Clavelina picta.)

The yellow round objects are banded tulip snail eggs (Fasciolaria hunteria).

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Shoshone pupfish (Cyprinodon nevadensis shoshone) collected in Shoshone, California.

This fish was considered extinct at one point, but was rediscovered at the source of a spring in the town of Shoshone, California, in 1986.

This species is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List.

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Amargosa speckled dace (Rhinichthys osculus nevadensis) collected on the Amargosa River in Tecopa, California.

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Amargosa speckled dace (Rhinichthys osculus nevadensis) collected on the Amargosa River in Tecopa, California.

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Amargosa speckled dace (Rhinichthys osculus nevadensis) collected on the Amargosa River in Tecopa, California.

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A flock of Darwin’s rhea (Rhea pennata pennata) at Tierpark Berlin.

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Malayan bearded pigs (Sus barbatus oi) at Night Safari, Singapore.

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Malayan bearded pigs (Sus barbatus oi) at Night Safari, Singapore.

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Malayan bearded pig (Sus barbatus oi) at the Singapore Zoo.

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