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ragworm

the common name of errant POLYCHAETE worms such as the nereis.
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John had the idea of using scientific data from Dove Marine studies of ragworms and their body clocks which are tuned to both the sun and tidal patterns.
The three rods on board took 22 stone of fish on ragworm and hokis.
They will be extracting 240 litres of sea water from Carmarthen Bay every second and then discharging it into the sea, and they admit that the ragworms produce e-coli and other infectious organisms.
RESIDENTS have vowed to fight proposals for a ragworm farm on Ministry of Defence land at a historic seaside village.
Druridge beach is mainly flounders and dabs at full sea with the odd turbot and bass on ragworms and mackerel.
EMBL scientists have found brain structures related to the vertebrate pallium in a very distant cousin - the marine ragworm Platynereis dumerilii, a relative of the earthworm - which last shared an ancestor with us around 600 million years ago.