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Annelid & Arthropod Research Project   Tags: annelid, annelid_arthropod_research, arthropod  

This research project is designed to accompany the Animal Kingdom science unit on invertebrates. Students may complete this project independently or with a partner.
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Databases

Both Encyclopedia Britannica and Science Online contain articles with useful and interesting information on many of the suggested topics for this project.  Use the Search Boxes below this box to begin gathering information.  Alternatively, you may use the links below the photograph of the annelids to begin your  search.

Annelids  from Discovery Channel

 

Britannica Online

Science Online

 

Science Online

 

Britannica Online

 

Ishikawa Media Center

The following books are available for checkout in the Ishikawa Library, and may be helpful for some research projects:

Arthropods- Bev Harvey

Walking Sticks- Tamara Green

The Big Bug Book- Margarey Facklam

The World's Most Dangerous Bugs- Nick Healy

Learning About Living with Insects of the Southwest- Floyd Werner & Carl Olson

Bugs- Giant Magnified Images as Seen through a Microscope- H. Amery & J. Sorgi

Caterpillars, Bugs, and Butterflies- Mel Boring

Butterflies and Moths: a Guide to the More Common American Species- Robert T. Itchell & Herbert S. Zim

The Amazing Book of Insect Records- Samuel G. Woods

Scorpions- Tamara Green

Worms- Graham Coleman

Eight Legs- D.M. Souza

The Ant's Nest:  A Huge Underground City (electronic book)

 

Ishikawa Library Catalog

 

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