Inarticulata


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Inarticulata

[¦in·är‚tik·yə′läd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A class of the phylum Brachiopoda; valves are typically not articulated and are held together only by soft tissue of the living animal.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Sowerbyella (Sowerbyella) plana (Roomusoks, 1959) - ++++ Sowerbyella quinquecostata (McCoy, 1871) - ++ Brachiopoda inarticulata Acanthocrania sp.
As described earlier, Brachiopoda has been subdivided into the 2 classes Inarticulata and Articulata.
incognita: vox eius inarticulata et confusa est, ut scribi non potest.
The roughly 120 genera of living brachiopods are traditionally grouped into two classes - the Inarticulata and Articulata - which are distinguished on the basis of differences in shell structure, anatomy, and reproductive biology (James et al.