Species St I St II ANNELIDA
Oligochaeta Tubificdae Tubifex tubifex 136.
Scyliorhinus canicula exhibited a diverse diet, composed of 63 different taxa, belonging to eight taxonomical groups: Sipuncula, Annelida
, Crustacea, Mollusca, Echinodermata, Urochordata, Chondrichthyes, and Teleostei, as well as unidentified materials (Table 1).
Eyes appear in the bilaterally symmetrical animals in the protostome invertebrate branch, including the Phylum Arthropoda (jointed leg animals), Annelida
(segmented worms), and Mollusca (bivalves, snails, and cephalopods).
By contrast, Karen Hodder has focused on EBB's medievalism, and provided a rare and thorough analysis of her translation of Chaucer's Annelida
and Arcite, which was the poet's contribution to the 1841 volume The Poems of Geoffrey Chaucer, Modernized.
ART: Like earthworms, leeches are part of the phylum Annelida
Papers on selected groups of annelida
include non-leech clitellata, hiradina, phyllodocida, cirratuliformia, sabellida, spionida and problematic annelid groups.
The presence and identification of members of the Phylum Annelida
, Class Polychaeta was determined during two sampling events.
45,000 Arthrododa (crabs, spiders, insects, etc) 1,085,000 Mollusca (snails, squids, etc) 12,000 Annelida
(segmented worms) 12,000
Ancient lobopods and their modern counter-parts, in the phylum Onychophora, intrigue scientists because they may represent a link between two extremely successful phyla, Annelida
(segmented worms) and Arthropoda.
Nitokra affinis Nitokra affinis Annelida
Polychaeta Capitellidae sp.
Other encrusting epibenthic assemblages, such as Porifera, Cnidaria, Mollusca, and Annelida
, gradually formed on the broadleaf and PVC ARs after one year.
Aggregate % dry mass Female Food item F (a) (16) (b) W (19) S (26) Annelida
Pontos 1 2 3 4 5 Annelida
Hyrudinea 0 0 0 13 3 Oligochaeta 97 180 259 0 20 Mollusca Bivalve 241 88 99 0 10 Gastropoda 25 2 433 4 20 Plathyelmintes Turbellaria 48 7 178 0 28 Artropoda Crustacea Aeglidae 2 5 1 0 6 Hyallelidae 5 0 0 0 21 Aracnida Acari 5 1 21 0 16 Aracnidae 1 0 0 0 1 Insecta Collembola 73 33 4 0 8 Coleoptera Elmidae 575 164 1.
The taxonomic classification of the 68 most common invertebrate species is as follows: Mollusca (N = 27), Arthropoda (N = 22), Echinodermata (N = 6), Porifera (N = 5), Annelida
(N = 4), and Cnidaria (N = 4).
X X ANNELIDA
(leeches and aquatic worms) Erpobdella punctata X X Helobdella fusca Helobdella stagnalis X X Placobdella parasitica X Placobdella ornate Placobdella papillifera X X X Unknown sp.