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Synonyms for chaetognath

any worm of the Chaetognatha

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As a result even the elements of originally organic composition, like the grasping spines of chaetognaths, are often well preserved (Szaniawski 1982, 2002).
The existence of a second species of chaetognath that has evolved the capacity to produce bioluminescence is remarkable in the similarities and differences that are observed.
(1998), produced information on the copepod fauna, Ramirez-Avila and Alvarez-Cadena (1999) on the monthly variation of chaetognaths, and Ramirez-Avila (2001) and Alvarez-Cadena et al.
Reeve (1970) and Reeve and Walter (1972) raised chaetognaths in 30-1 aquaria with daily water changes.
The chaetognath Parasagitta elegans was the third most abundant prey taxon and was consumed by more squid than any other taxon.
In the presence of arthropod and chaetognath predators, blastulae and prism stages of O.
* Group A: eurythermic and euryhaline coastal species such as the cladoceran Pleopis polyphemoides and the chaetognath Sagitta tenuis.
chaetognaths), they prey on much smaller organisms, probably eggs and early larval stages of planktonic organisms.
Microsetella is known as a parasite of chaetognaths (Huys 2016).
chuni specimens had partially digested, large calanoid copepods, chaetognaths, hyperiid amphipods, and euphausiids attached to their gastric cirri, suggesting that A.
Phylum Species Annelids Neanthes kerguelensis Aphroditidea sp Serula narconensis Lumbrineridea sp Oligochaetes Chaetognaths Chaetognathe sp Crustaceans Euphausiids Decapods sp Copepods Coryceaus Cumacea sp Larvae of crustaceans Arthropods Serilis sp Pedunculata sp Natatolana sp Tanaids Tanaidacea sp Apseudomorpha sp Gastropod mollusks Cerithiopsidea sp Buccinidea sp Turridea sp Cancellariidea sp Nassariidae sp Epitoniidea sp Gasteropodea sp Enixotiophan sp Epoitonidea sp Fissurellidea sp Bivalve mollusks Crassatellidea sp Nuculana sp Bivalvia sp Crasostrea gasar Kidderia sp Euciroa sp Opistotranchia sp Cyaniidae sp Galeommatidea sp Limopsidea sp Cardiidea Gouldiopa sp Nematodes Priapulidea sp Sipunculidea sp Pennatulacea sp Platyhelminthes sp Broken eggs Fish?
Such fine resolution enables detection of particles as small as a 100 [micro]m (e.g., diatoms), although the ability to clearly resolve particles is typically in the range of 700 [micro]m (i.e., small copepods and larvaceans) and larger sizes (e.g., larval fishes, chaetognaths, and ctenophores).