Hesionidae

Hesionidae

[′hes·ē′än·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of small polychaete worms belonging to the Errantia.
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Some polychaete worms of the families Hesionidae, Syllidae, and Nereidae from the east coast of North America, West Indies, and Gulf of Mexico.
FLABELLIGERIDAE Pherusa plumosa GLYCERIDAE Glycera capitata Hemipodos borealis GONIADIDAE Goniada brunnea HESIONIDAE Oxydromus pugettensis LUMBRINERIDAE Lumbrineris luti MAGELONIDAE Magelona sp.
Last, the polychaete family Hesionidae was affected negatively by harvest activities during harvests compared with reference plots, but the negative effect did not persist after harvest was completed.
Las familias Amphinomidae, Orbinidae, Eunicidae, Hesionidae y Onuphidae solo presentaron dos generos cada una de ellas.
Las categorias de gremios traficos utilizadas fueron: a)consumidores de interfase (IF) que pueden mudar su alimentacion de filtracion a resuspension, compuestos por la familia Spionidae y Oweniidae; b) depositivoros superficiales (SDF), compuestos por las familias Capitellidae, Paraonidae, Ampharetidae entre otros; c)depositivoros subsuperfrciales (SSDF), que incluyen a los Maldanidae, Orbiniidae, Cossuridae entre otros; d) omnivoros depredadores (OP), que albergan alas familias Nereidae, Nephtyidae, Hesionidae, Glyceridae, Syllidae entre otros; y e) suspensivoros (SF), compuestos por la familia Sabellidae, Serpulidae, Sabellariidae, entre otros.
El volumen esta dedicado al estudio de ocho familias de poliquetos: Phyllodocidae, Hesionidae, Pilargidae, Nereididae, Nephtyidae, Paralacidoniidae, Chrysopetalidae y Pisionidae, que incluyen en total 129 especies.
littorea Hartman, 1950 x x HESIONIDAE Podarkeopsis glabra Hartman, 1961 x x Podarke pugettenisis Johnson, 1901 x x LUMBRINERIDAE Scoletoma crassidentata Fauchald, 1970 x S.
On the other hand, Terebellidae, Opheliidae, and Hesionidae presented significant differences between control and impacted areas before fishing (Fig.
Taxonomic analysis suggest that more than 25% of the polychaetes could be new species, including one new genus of Hesionidae (M.