Terebellidae

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Synonyms for Terebellidae

marine burrowing or tube-forming polychete worms usually having long thick bodies

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Most likely they originally had a circular cross section that would best fit a terebellid or terebellid-like trace-maker.
In this study, we found close relatives of the bathymodiolin SOX symbionts in 16S rRNA clone libraries from eight individuals of the terebellid polychaete R.
Onuphid, nereidid, and terebellid species often enhance their tube walls with fragments of shell, algae, and other debris (Hartman, 1968, 1969).
The nature of the peritrophic membrane in the gut of the terebellid polychaete Neoamphitrite figulus.
A laboratory investigation of the effect of a terebellid polychaete on the survivorship of Nereid polychaete larvae.
In the first case, depicted in Figure 9a, overtly segmented early larvae are common both in the sister group of the chaetopterids, the spionid clade, and in the outgroups, the terebellid and sabellid clades.