annelid


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Synonyms for annelid

relating to or belonging to or characteristic of any worms of the phylum Annelida

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The final group is the annelid worms, whose body is almost entirely formed of identical segments, such as sea and earthworms.
With a lower DO (range < 41% concentration), observation revealed a decrease in the abundance of Mollusks with an increase in annelid density.
Naidids are part of the annelid family that includes ordinary roundworms, leeches and earthworms.
This aquatic annelid was reported as unidentified by Fish (1976), but was abundant in epiphytic bromeliads in some localities.
59 E 9:40 REPRODUCTIVE LONGEVITY IN THE POLYCHAETOUS ANNELID DINOPHILUS GYROCILIATUS.
Such a cybernetic idea of the pro-gram explains the play of information in determining the motions and mind 'regulating the behavior' of creatures from the simplest 'amoeba or annelid up to [.
Members of the Annelid, a phylum containing over 6,000 species of earthworms are found everywhere on the earth's surface except in extremely cold northern and southern latitudes.
Papers on selected groups of annelida include non-leech clitellata, hiradina, phyllodocida, cirratuliformia, sabellida, spionida and problematic annelid groups.
THE Worms series has thrilled gamers for years now, creating a unique multiplayer experience that sees one annelid army do battle against each other with a wide range of weapons you'd never think these harmless garden creatures would be able to use.
The Worms series has thrilled gamers for years, creating a unique multi-player experience that sees one annelid army do battle against each other with a wide range of weapons you'd never think these harmless garden creatures would be able to use.
The tentative faith that the writer and "we" might "believe / What annelid and osprey know" allows the poet son to affirm that "strength, in darkness, [might] wait like hands.
Bibliography Of Foresto' and Annelid Field, Classified and Selected, The National Civic Forum.
Almost 2,000 small oligochaeta annelid (quistadrilus multisetosus) were discovered in the Walthamstow Marshes and Springfield Marina.