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Definition of Arenicola marina

Arenicola marina
Lugworm Lug"worm`, n. [1st lug + worm.] (Zo["o]l.) A large marine annelid (Arenicola marina) having a row of tufted gills along each side of the back. It is found burrowing in sandy beaches, both in America and Europe, and is used for bait by European fishermen. Called also lobworm, and baitworm.

Meaning of Arenicola marina from wikipedia

- The lugworm or sandworm (Arenicola marina) is a large marine worm of the phylum Annelida. Its coiled castings are a familiar sight on a beach at low tide...
- Arenicola is a genus of capitellid annelid worm comprising the lugworms and black lugs. "Arenicola - Biologia marina del Mediterraneo". Biologiamarina...
- described in this class. Common representatives include the lugworm (Arenicola marina) and the sandworm or clam worm Alitta. Polychaetes as a class are robust...
- Sandworm may refer to: Arenicola marina (Lugworm), called "sandworm" in the UK Alitta virens, formerly Nereis virens (King Ragworm), called "sandworm"...
- Wells, 1959 Arenicola Lamarck, 1801 Arenicolides Mesnil, 1898 Branchiomaldane Langerhans, 1881 Clymenides Eruca Protocapitella Arenicola marina Abarenicola...
- turtle s**** Acanthopterygii (fish) at Naturmuseum Senckenberg Model of Arenicola marina in a zoological exhibition at National Museum (Prague) Specimen of...
- upward-conveyor groups include burrowing polychaetes like the lugworm, Arenicola marina, and thal****inid shrimps. Downward-conveyor species are oriented with...
- invertebrates are found in the sandbanks and mudflats. These include lugworm (Arenicola marina), peppery furrow s**** (Scrobicularia plana), tellins Macoma spp.,...
- respiration. Various annelid species, such as deposit-feeding lugworms (Arenicola marina), have been shown to have microplastics embedded in their gastrointestinal...
- (2007-08-01). "Effects of bioturbation and bioirrigation by lugworms (Arenicola marina) on physical and chemical sediment properties and implications for...