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What do you call a baby sand dollar?

Answer: larva pluteus (free swimming stage), juvenile (young urchin)

A baby sand dollar is called a larva pluteus (free swimming stage), juvenile (young urchin). Sand dollars (order Clypeasteroida) are flat, round marine animals related to sea urchins (echinoids), sea stars, and other echinoderms.


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