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Synonyms for Brachiopoda

marine invertebrates that resemble mollusks

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Annotated list of Recent Brachiopoda in the collections of the United States National Museum, with descriptions of thirty-three new forms.
Moreover, although Brachiopoda is composed of 2 classes (Inarticulata and Articulata), and 2 orders in each of these classes, the 3 previously mentioned species all belong to the same order (Lingulida) and class (Inarticulata).
de Endemicas especies Hyalospongiae Esponjas de cristal 6 2 (33%) Scleractinia Corales petreos 25 1 (4%) Gastropoda Caracoles 25 24 (96%) Turridae Cirripedia Crustaceos cirripedios 14 11 (79%) Tanaidacea Crustaceos 9 2 (22%) Macrura Crustaceos decapodos 29 10 (34%) Brachiura & Crustaceos decapodos 24 10 (41%) Anomura Bivalvia Bivalvos 7 7 (72%) Septibranchia Brachiopoda Braquiopodos 4 1 (25%) Echinoidea Erizos 19 8 (42%) Total 164 76 (46,3%) Tabla 3.
This type of CNS is not found in Phoronida and Brachiopoda, which cluster with nemertines in almost all molecular analyses (e.
Among these are worm-shaped clades such as Plathelminthes or Nemertea, tentacle-bearing phyla such as Entoprocta and Lophophorata (Ectoprocta, Brachiopoda, and Phoronida), or highly mobile pelagic taxa such as cephalopod molluscs.
80 Brach Brachiopoda, Crust Crustacea, Echin Echinodermata, Hemic Hemichordata, Mollu Mollusca, Nemer Nemertina, Oligoc Oligochaeta, Ostra Ostracoda, Platy Platyhelminthes, Polyc Polychaeta.
The top of the Olorda Formation is made up of a thin layer of well stratified limestones followed by brown-green shales containing brachiopoda.
Locomotion Nutrition Cnidaria UC NF Ctenophora MC F Echinodermata UC F&NF Urochordata M NF Bryozoa MC F Brachiopoda UC NF Phoronida UC F Nemertea MC F Annelida MC&UC F Mollusca MC F&NF Table 1 Age and stage at first swimming and other features of development for 34 species with planktonic embryos Mean egg diameter ([micro]m) PHYLUM Class Species 10 [degrees]C 14 [degrees]C CNIDARIA Aglantha digitable 142.
An introduction to the study of the genera of Palaeozoic Brachiopoda.