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Definition of Tomopteris

Tomopteris
Tomopteris To*mop"te*ris, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? a cut + ? wing (but taken to mean, fin).] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of transparent marine annelids which swim actively at the surface of the sea. They have deeply divided or forked finlike organs (parapodia). This genus is the type of the order, or suborder, Gymnocopa.

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- Page: Tomopteris Die pelagische Thierwelt in grösseren Meerestiefen und ihre Beziehungen zu der Oberflächenfauna. K Chun, 1888 Definition: tomopteris from...
- Tomopteris from plankton...
- Tomopteris, a holoplanktic polychaete worm with an unusual yellow bioluminescence that emanates from its parapodia...
- the planet Northern krill: the mid gut is red. It feeds on zooplankton Tomopteris is a genus of marine planktonic polychaete Microzooplankton, the major...
- luminous deep sea animals, including the vampire squid, the polychaete worm Tomopteris that generates yellow light, the jellyfish Atolla, the comb jelly Beroe...
- Phyllodocida The planktonic polychaete Tomopteris Scientific cl****ification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Annelida Cl****: Polychaeta Order: Phyllodocida Families...
- However, some loose-jawed fish emit red and infrared light, and the genus Tomopteris emits yellow light. The most frequently encountered bioluminescent organisms...
- groups is unclear. It bears some similarity to the living polychaete worm Tomopteris and Amphinomidae, but its lack of chaetae, along with other lines of evidence...
- Mohnia (Tacita) krampi (Thorson, 1951) Ransonia krampi (Ranson, 1932) Tomopteris krampi Wesenberg-Lund, 1936 Wolff, Torben (1975). "Paul L****enius Kramp...
- Macrozooplankton... Moon jellyfish Venus girdle, a ctenop**** Arrow worm Tomopteris, a planktonic segmented worm with unusual yellow bioluminescence Marine...
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