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turbellarian

(tûr′bə-lâr′ē-ən)
n.
Any of various free-living chiefly aquatic ciliate flatworms, including the planarians.

tur′bel·lar′i·an adj.

turbellarian

any aquatic free-swimming PLATYHELMINTH of the class Turbellaria, the body of which is covered with cilia.
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Benthic group Benthos Drift Density ([+ or -] SE) 23485 11999 (5557) (2642) Composition (%) Crustacea 11.8 90.4 Diptera 43.2 6.7 (Diptera) (2.0) (5.5) (Chironomidae) (84.1) (34.7) (Simuliidae) (13.9) (57.5) (Culicidae) (0.0) (2.3) ETP (1) 2.6 0.5 Nematodes, Oligochaetes, and Turbellaria 10.9 0.1 Hydracarina 1.7 2.0 Hemiptera, Coleoptera, and Hymenoptera 0.1 0.2 Mollusca 1.6 0.0 Other (mainly Coelenterata) 28.0 0.1 (1) ETP = Ephemeroptera, Trichoptera, and Plecoptera as a group.
Predator-induced morphological changes in Euplotes (Ciliata): Isolation of the inducing substance released from Stenostomum sphagnetorum (Turbellaria).
The invertebrates were identified at family level (BRINKHURST; MARCHESE, 1989; MCCAFERTY, 1981; MERRITT; CUMMINS, 1996; PENNAK, 1989; TRIVINHO-STRIXINO; STRIXINO, 1995), except Odonata (being damaged), and Turbellaria, Collembola, being used in this taxonomic level to carry out the analysis.
We collected four taxonomic classes of invertebrates from reaches we surveyed including Turbellaria, Oligochaeta, Bivalvia, and Insecta (Table 3).
Opuesto en este primer eje F1, las variables velocidad y descarga de la corriente del agua, muestran una importante contribucion relacionado, a los taxa Turbellaria, Oligochaeta y Elmidae, con preferencia a los sitios 2 y 3, en la epoca con mayor precipitacion de los meses de Febrero y Diciembre.
Greenhouses in the temperate zone, for example, create a replica of tropical environments, and diverse species of seaweed, arthropods and Turbellaria typical of warm climates can be found in them.
Phylum Platyhelminthes Class Turbellaria (Flatworms)
Quantitative cellular analysis of growth and reproduction in freshwater planarians (Turbellaria; Tricladida).
Exotic land planarians of the genus Bipalium (Platyhelminthes: Turbellaria) from Pennsylvania and the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia.