Chordodidae

Chordodidae

[kȯr′däd·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of worms in the order Gordioidea distinguished by a rough cuticle containing thickenings called areoles.
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(Chordodidae: Gordioidea): larval penetration and defense reaction in Culex pipiens L.
List of aquatic macroinvertebrates bentonic founded at Piedras Blancas Natural Park COELENTERATA HIDROIDA Hydridae PLATYHELMINTHES TRICLADIDA Planariidae NEMATOMORPHA Chordodidae ANNELIDA OLIGOCHAETA Haplotaxidae HIRUDINEA Glossiphoniiformes ARTHROPODA INSECTA EPHEMEROPTERA BAETIDAE Baetis sp.