Indiana 2011

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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby Wadhk » April 5th, 2011, 3:58 pm

@ Azukeri, do you know the answer to the Fossils question where there is an Astraeospongia (I'm pretty sure) and you were asked to write down its common name?

EDIT: I can't seem to find the common name anywhere.
EDIT 2: (not related to the post but...) Great job Northridge and Bloomington South (and everyone else at state last weekend)! Good luck at nationals!
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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby E Edgar » April 5th, 2011, 6:47 pm

I'm fairly certain the answer to that question is "star sponge" or something similar.
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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby peoneill » April 6th, 2011, 7:11 am

Astraeospongia are basket sponges. When I searched for "star sponge" I did find a few references to Astraeospongia as such, also. Really, even in biology research groups/college classes, the COMMON name for sponges is usually just "sponge." If people are bothering to differentiate sponge species I usually hear some sort of scientific name.

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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby peoneill » April 6th, 2011, 7:15 am

I almost forgot! I believe someone had asked for a few team scores...

1 123 Northridge
2 144 Bloomington South
3 152 Whiting
4 162 Bloomington North
5 169 Valparaiso
6 176 Munster
7 233 Lake Central
8 234 La Lumiere
9 249 E.C. Central
10 263 Kokomo
11 273 Carmel
12 294 Marian
13 295 Terre Haute HS
14 301 Indiana Academy
15 307 Peru
16 317 Chersterton
17 319 West Lafayette
18 331 Michigan City
19 335 North Central
20 377 Rensselaer
21 386 Castle
22 389 Brownstone Central

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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby whadk » April 6th, 2011, 9:25 am

Northbridge DID NOT get 123 -.-
RWARRRR :)

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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby Tidus » April 6th, 2011, 9:45 am

Northbridge DID NOT get 123 -.-
What do you mean with that? Of course we got 123! :D

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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby ODoyleRules » April 6th, 2011, 9:55 am

I just looked at the score sheet. There is no math errors or anything. Northridge had 123.

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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby Wadhk » April 6th, 2011, 10:03 am

I'm pretty sure that Northridge did get 123.
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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby whadk » April 6th, 2011, 10:06 am

Northbridge DID NOT get 123 -.-
What do you mean with that? Of course we got 123! :D
Wasn't it 125?? lol
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Re: Indiana 2011

Postby Starapollo1 » April 6th, 2011, 10:26 am

Northbridge DID NOT get 123 -.-
What do you mean with that? Of course we got 123! :D
Wasn't it 125?? lol
It was 123 :)
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