Poeobiidae

Poeobiidae

[‚pē·ə′bī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A monotypic family of spioniform worms (Poeobius meseres) belonging to the Sedentaria and found in the North Pacific Ocean.
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The holopelagic polychaete Poeobius meseres, which is up to 27 mm in length and has 11 poorly defined segments, is the sole recognized representative of Poeobiidae (Annelida; Fig.
Relationships within this putative clade (also including Acrocirridae, Cirratulidae, Ctenodrilidae, Fauveliopsidae, Poeobiidae, and Sternaspidae) remain unclear.
With the recognition of Poeobiidae Heath 1930, the monophyly of Flabelligeridae has been called into question.