Serpulidae


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Serpulidae

[sər′pyu̇·lə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of polychaete annelids belonging to the Sedentaria including many of the feather-duster worms which construct calcareous tubes in the earth, sometimes in such abundance as to clog drains and waterways.
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35) Besides bacteria and diatoms, other species like barnacles, serpulidae, ascidians, bryozoans, algae, and polychaetes are the frequent fouling organisms encountered on hard substrates in Mar del Plata harbor.
A rating higher than 1 implies that hard foulers like barnacles and serpulidae were attached onto the paints.
However, after 10 months, the paint failed completely; serpulidae, barnacles, bryozoans, and ascidians were found to be attached to the panels' surface.
Serpulidae, Sabellidae, Cirratulidae) do not have a bulb-like, closed, embryonic chamber that is characteristic of Palaeozoic tubeworms and which resembles the protoconch of mollusks and the protoecium of bryozoans (ten Hove & van den Hurk 1993; Taylor & Vinn 2006; Fig.
Taxonomy of Serpulidae (Annelida, Polychaeta): the state of affairs.
Serpulidae and Spirorbidae (Polychaeta sedentaria) aus Campan and Maastricht von Norddeutschland, den Niederlanden, Belgien and angrenzenden Gebieten.
On the internal structure of calcified tube walls in Serpulidae and Spirorbidae (Annelida, Polychaeta).
To affiliate fossil calcareous tubes of possible polychaetes with recent taxa such as Serpulidae, it is important to know the ultrastructural changes caused by fossilization.
Serpulidae (Polychaeta sedentaria) aus der norddeutschen hoheren Oberkreide-Systematik, Stratigrafie, Okologie.
Monographische Bearbeitung der Serpulidae (Polychaeta sedentaria) aus dem Cenoman (Oberkreide) am Sudwestrand des Munsterlander Beckens.
Among annelids, calcareous tubes occur in the families of Serpulidae, Sabellidae, and Cirratulidae.