Ampharetidae

Ampharetidae

[‚am·fə′red·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A large, deep-water family of polychaete annelids belonging to the Sedentaria.
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Phylum Taxa Brava Navegantes Total Beach Beach Annelida Capitellidae 8 114 122 Paraonidae 42 11 53 Lumbrineridae 35 0 35 Spionidae 25 5 30 Onuphidae 25 1 26 Mageloniidae 17 2 19 Orbiniidae 7 0 7 Pilargidae 4 2 6 Oweniidae 4 1 5 Goniadidae 3 0 3 Nereidae 3 0 3 Ampharetidae 1 0 1 Flabelligeridae 1 0 1 Glyceridae 1 0 1 Magelona 1 0 1 variolamellata Poecilochaetidae 1 0 1 Sigalionidae 1 0 1 Sigambra 1 0 1 Arthropoda Amphipoda 137 3 140 Cumacea 13 11 24 Brachyura 7 0 7 Decapoda 3 0 3 Tanaidacea 2 0 2 Echinodermata Ophiuroidea 1 0 1 Enteropneusto Enteropneusto 1 0 1 Mollusca Bivalvia 15 44 59 Gastropoda 3 1 4 Heleobia 1 0 1 Nemertea Nemertea 7 2 9 Total 362 195 557 Table 2.
Family totals are italicized and *- denotes new records for Trinidad and Tobago Family Species Number of Individuals D E Ampharetidae Ampharetid sp.
Polychaetes, primarily of the Family Ampharetidae, comprised a large proportion of the overall prey, decreasing in importance from 43.
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.
From the 30 families previously reported for San Quintin lagoon, 23 have been collected and 6 families were added: Ampharetidae, Oweniidae, Scalibregmatidae, Sternapsidae, Dorvilleidae and Sigalionidae.
Pectinariidae form a clade with the Ampharetidae and Alvinellidae and belong to the Terebellida (Rouse and Fauchald, 1997).
Identified polychaetes included representatives from 20 different families, primarily Ampharetidae, Glyceridae, Nephtydae, Onuphidae, Opheliidae, and Terebellidae.
aberrant ampharetidae from East Pacific Rise hydrothermal vents.
Familias Orbiniidae, Cossuridae, Capitellidae y Ampharetidae, con la descripcion de tres especies y una subespecie nuevas.
By contrast, the families commonly found in soft sediments, being less mobile and feeding mainly on sediments, such as the Maldanidae, Spionidae or Ampharetidae, are scantily represented in the collections of the islands of the Mexican Pacific (Table 1).