Pogonophora

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Pogonophora

a small phylum of tube-living, worm-like creatures.
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A new bitenticulate pogonophoran from Hardanger-fjorden, Norway.
The symbionts that live with a variety of the different vent invertebrates (clams, pogonophoran worms, etc.) have until today resisted culturing, but have been identified and studied with modern methods of molecular phylogeny employed by molecular biologists (see Cavanaugh, 1994).