For video recordings, the annelid
larvae and opisthobranch veligers were in a confined space between a slide and a cover glass supported at the corners with modeling clay.
Nematodes and Annelids
are important alternatives for fish feeding with their low production costs and nutritional qualities.
Despite being one of the regions with the highest number of recorded species of annelids
in the Caribbean, Protodrilidae is so far the only interstitial family recorded for Colombia, although only from specimens identified to the family level (Guzman-Alvis, Latting, & Ruiz, 2006).
The relationship of polychaetous annelids
to harbor pollution.
Phoretic behaviour of bromeliad annelids
(Dero) and ostracods (Elpidium) using frogs and lizards as dispersal vectors.
Ortonia, a new genus of fossil tubicolar Annelides
. Geological Magazine, 9, 446-449.
(34) For example, Dickinsonia and the similar Yorgia are fairly large flat highly segmented forms that some workers have interpreted as annelids
or stem annelids
, while others have seen resemblances to other worm phyla or even chordates.
(2012): <<Tri-domain bifunctional inhibitor of metallocarboxypeptidases A and serine proteases isolated from marine annelid
Sabellastarte magnifica>>, Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
The specificity of annelid
parasites lies in difficulty of inventory of their fauna.
The presence of allochthonous detritus sediments enhanced the abundance of detritivores like Oligochaetes (Manoharan et al, 2006) which confirms the peak of annelid
population during September at St I and II due to the ingression of allochthonous material into the wetland from catchment area during monsoon rains.
Gardiner SL, Wilson WJr (1977) New records of polychaete annelids
from North Carolina with description of a new species of Sphaerosyllis (Syllidae).
The final group is the annelid
worms, whose body is almost entirely formed of identical segments, such as sea and earthworms.