Annelida

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Polychactous annelids of the Pacific coast in the collections of the Zoological Museum of the University of California.
The annelids Enchytraeus albidus (family: Enchytraeidae), Mesenchytraeus solifugus (family: Enchytraeidae) and Theromyzon rude (class: Hirudinae) diverged recently in evolution but occupy remarkably diverse habitats.
The annelids Enchytraeus albidus (family: Enchytraeidae), Mesenchytraeus solifegus (family: Enchytraeidae) and Theromyzon rude (class: Hirudinae) diverged recently in evolution, but occupy remarkably diverse habitats.
2007), annelids (Schejter & Spivak 2005, Fernandez-Leborans & Gabilondo 2006, Normant et al.
Among annelids, calcareous tubes occur in the families of Serpulidae, Sabellidae, and Cirratulidae.
The four sampling events yielded 1871 annelids representing 13 species.
Comparative toxicity of Gonyaulax monilata and Gymnodinium breve to annelids, crustaceans, molluscs, and a fish.
The same observation can be made for some invertebrates such annelids and crustaceans living in the host shell concretions (Trigui El-Menif et al.
Cornulitids have been affiliated with annelids, tentaculitids, microconchids, cnidarians, molluscs, bryozoans, and phoronids (Fisher 1962; Boucek 1964; Blind 1972; Dzik 1991; Vinn & Mutvei 2005; Vinn 2005, 2006).
virginica and other species of oysters was associated with infections with annelids, Polydora spp.
veneficum), all animals exposed, except for annelids, died within 3-5 days (Marshall & Orr 1955, Ballantine & Morton 1956, Abbott & Ballantine 1957).
Distinct patterns of genetic differentiation among annelids of eastern Pacific hydrothermal vents.
IL-1-like proteins have been identified in invertebrates like echinoderms, tunicates, and annelids and they appear to be evolutionarily conserved (Beck & Habicht 1986, Beck & Habicht 1991a, Beck & Habicht 1996, Raftos et al.
Polychaete annelids associated to mollusc shellfish shells in the Chilean coast.
A biological classification of sperms types with special reference to annelids and molluscs, and an examples of spermiocladistics.