What invertebrates can be found in freshwater?

  • I think Invertebrates of freshwater. Hundreds of microscopic critters live on and under rocks, water plants, timber, and trash in New Zealand's streams. Insects, crustaceans like freshwater crayfish (koura), mollusks like snails and mussels, worms, and leeches are among these creatures. They range in length from less than 1 mm to more than 10 cm.

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  • Crustaceans include crabs, crayfish, shrimp, and barnacles. Insects include mayflies, dragonflies, and walking sticks. Mollusks include clams, mussels, and snails. Worms include earthworms and leeches. Echinoderms include starfish and sea cucumbers.

  • Yeah, there are loads, too many to name in fact. It seems like a lot of people are surprised by the fact that there is more life in the water happening than in most areas on the planet.

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