Definition of Scolecida. Meaning of Scolecida. Synonyms of Scolecida

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Definition of Scolecida

Scolecida
Scolecida Sco*le"ci*da (? or ?), n. pl. [NL. See Scolex.] (Zo["o]l.) Same as Helminthes.

Meaning of Scolecida from wikipedia

- Scolecida is an infraclass of polychaete worms. Scolecids are mostly unselective deposit feeders on marine detritus. Scolecids have parapodia with rami...
- rigour", based on anatomical structures, and divided polychaetes into: Scolecida, less than 1,000 burrowing species that look rather like earthworms. Palpata...
- polychaete often used for fishing bait Species of the Polychaeta subclass Scolecida Angiostrongylus cantonensis, a parasitic nematode that causes Angiostrongyliasis...
- Pectinariidae Family Terebellidae Family Trichobranchidae Infraclass Scolecida Family Arenicolidae Family Capitellidae Family Cossuridae Family Maldanidae...
- List of annelid families describes the taxa relationships in the phylum Annelida, which contains more than 17,000 extant species including ragworms, earthworms...
- World Register of Marine Species Orbiniidae polychaetes (Polychaeta: Scolecida) from Coiba Island, eastern Pacific of Panama, with description of a new...
- Capitellidae is a polychaete worm family in the subclass Scolecida. Abyssocapitella Amastigos Anotomastus Baldia Barantolla Branchiocapitella Capitella...
- flabelligerus Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Annelida class: Polychaeta Infraclass: Scolecida Family: Opheliidae Malmgren, 1867 ...
- name and which are lacking in the other main taxon of polychaetes, the Scolecida. Aciculata is a large group including about half of all existing polychaete...
- of the lugworm Abarenicola affinis chiliensis Wells, 1963 (Polychaeta: Scolecida: Arenicolidae) from shallow soft bottoms of northern Chile". Helgoland...