Capitellidae

Capitellidae

[‚kap·ə′te·lə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of mud-swallowing annelid worms, sometimes called bloodworms, belonging to the Sedentaria.
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Family Capitellidae Grube, 1862 Dasybranchus lumbricoides (Grube, 1878)
In the latter site, the polychaetes of the family Capitellidae and the class Bivalvia were the most abundant, with 114 and 44 individuals respectively.
01 Aphroditidae Armandia agilis Capitellidae Cirratulidae Glyceridae 1.
Three taxa, the gammaridean amphipod Americorophium salmonis, the cumacean Cumella vulgaris, and the polychaete family Capitellidae experienced increased abundance in harvest plots compared with reference plots both during and after harvest activities.
There is substantial variation in egg size among species of Capitellidae (Table 1).
Por otro lado, la familia con mayor numero de organismos colectados fue la Capitellidae con 311 poliquetos.
En las estaciones entre los 21 y 35 m, dominaron los poliquetos de la familia Capitellidae (17%), mientras que en las mas profundas (42-72 m) domino el poliqueto Paraprionospio pinnata (27%).
The families best represented were Capitellidae (19%), Spionidae (17%), Sabellidae (14%), Lumbrinereidae (11%), Nereididae (9%), Cossuridae (8%) and Syllidae (8%).
Linero-Arana I (1996a) Capitellidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) from the north-eastern coast of Venezuela.
CAPITELLIDAE Capitella capitata COSSURIDAE Cossura longocirrata DORVILLEIDAE Schistomeringos sp.