Definition of Turbellarian. Meaning of Turbellarian. Synonyms of Turbellarian

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Definition of Turbellarian

Turbellarian
Turbellarian Tur`bel*la"ri*an, n. (Zo["o]l.) One of the Turbellaria. Also used adjectively.

Meaning of Turbellarian from wikipedia

- parasites. Free-living turbellarians are mostly black, brown or gray, but some larger ones are brightly colored. Turbellarians have no cuticle (external...
- parasitic groups: Cestoda, Trematoda and Monogenea; however, since the turbellarians have since been proven not to be monophyletic, this cl****ification is...
- 0.CO;2. Dindal, D.L. (1970). "Feeding behavior of a terrestrial turbellarian Bipalium adventitium". The American Midland Naturalist. 83 (2): 635–637...
- Turbellarians mating by **** fencing. Each has two ****es on the undersides of their heads which they use to inject sperm....
- Cambridge University Press. 68 (2): 141. doi:10.1002/iroh.19830680211. Turbellarian Taxonomic Database: Distribution of Planaria torva. Access on 21 April...
- the simplest freshwater invertebrates, including flatworms (except the turbellarian order Acoela), rotifers and nemerteans; these are the simplest animals...
- Cotylea is a suborder of free-living marine turbellarian flatworms in the order Polycladida. Superfamily Ditremagenioidea Palombi, 1928 Family Ditremageniidae...
- maint: Archived copy as title (link) Turbellarian Taxonomic Database: A listing of the taxonomy of turbellarians Macrostomorpha Taxonomy and Phylogeny...
- Acotylea is a suborder of free-living marine turbellarian flatworms in the order Polycladida. Superfamily Ilyplanoidea Faubel, 1984 (Synonym: Emprosthommatidea...
- The Temnocephalida are an order of turbellarian flatworms. Unlike most other turbellarians, all the species in this order are either commensal or parasitic...
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