Annelida


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Annelida

 [ah-nel´ĭ-dah]
a phylum of metazoan invertebrates, the segmented worms, including leeches.

An·nel·i·da

(an'nĕ-lī'dă),
A phylum that includes the segmented or true worms, such as the earthworm.

Annelida

/An·ne·li·da/ (ah-nel´ĭ-dah) a phylum of metazoan invertebrates, the segmented worms, including leeches.

Annulata

or

Annelida

the ringed or segmented worms. See ANNELID.

Annelida

a phylum of metazoan invertebrates, the segmented worms, including leeches.
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The stomachs of large-sized Carcinus maenas captured contained more Annelida, Arthropoda, and Mollusca, whereas small- and medium-sized crabs contained more Chlorophyta, Organic Matter, and Unidentified Material (likely animal material).
CHIR: Chiromidae; DIXI: Dixidae; oCERA: other Ceratopogonidae; CULI: Culicoides; LEPT: Leptoconops; MARU: Maruina; TIPU: Tipulidae; SIMU: Simulidae; PSYC: Psychodidae; dLARV: Elmidae Larva d; NEOE: Neoelmis; DYTI: Dytiscidae; PERL: Perlidae; niEPHE: non identified Ephemeroptera; BAET: Baetidae; LEPT: Leptophlebiidae; OECE: Oecetis; NECT: Nectopsiche; HELI: Helicopsiche; GRUM: Grumicha; MARI: Marlia; CYRN: Cyrnellus; HYDR: Hydroptilidae; COLL: Collembola; CYCL: Cyclopoida; PARA: Parastenocarididae; Ahar: Harpacticoida morphotype "a"; OSTR: Ostracoda; CHYD: Chidoridae; BATH: Bathynellacea; HYIA: Hydrachnidia; NEMA: Nematoda; ANN: Annelida.
a) Parasite/commensal species Habitat CNHE Cestoda Proteocephalidea genus Intestine 7774 species, P * Nematoda Aplectana species, A * Cloaca, intestine 5687-5689 Cosmocercella diaglenae, A ** Cloaca, intestine 5690-5692 Parapharyngodon chamelensis, Intestine 5693-5696, 8669 A ** Physalopteroides bahamensis, Stomach 5697-5698 A * ** Annelida Dero (Allodero) species, Ureters, oviduct 5699, 8500 J* ** Colima Site 1 Colima Site 2 (n = 5) (b) (n = 11) (c) Parasite/commensal species % MA % MA Cestoda Proteocephalidea genus -- (e) -- -- -- species, P * Nematoda Aplectana species, A * 40 1.
Leeches belong tophylum Annelida, class Hirudinea and have a world-wide distribution.
Scyliorhinus canicula exhibited a diverse diet, composed of 63 different taxa, belonging to eight taxonomical groups: Sipuncula, Annelida, Crustacea, Mollusca, Echinodermata, Urochordata, Chondrichthyes, and Teleostei, as well as unidentified materials (Table 1).
Phylum Annelida Arthropoda Sitio B1 B2 P B1 B2 P Hojarasca 0 0 0 309 432 91 % (55) (60) (55) 0-10 Cm.
Se colectaron un total de 2020 individuos (Tabla 3), distribuidos en los taza: Diptera (78%), Annelida (12%), Coleoptera (5%), Hymenoptera (2%), Acari (1%), Odonata (1%) e Isopoda (1%).
Eyes appear in the bilaterally symmetrical animals in the protostome invertebrate branch, including the Phylum Arthropoda (jointed leg animals), Annelida (segmented worms), and Mollusca (bivalves, snails, and cephalopods).
Papers on selected groups of annelida include non-leech clitellata, hiradina, phyllodocida, cirratuliformia, sabellida, spionida and problematic annelid groups.
Se registraron 35 taxa de MIB: Hexapoda (27), Annelida (2), Mollusca (2), Arachnida (2), Plathyhelmintes (1) y Chilopoda (1).