Dinophilidae

Dinophilidae

[‚dī·nō′fil·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of annelid worms belonging to the Archiannelida.
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In contrast, several families such as Dinophilidae, Diurodrilidae, Nerillidae, Parergodrilidae, Polygordiidae, Protodrilidae, Psammodrilidae, Saccocirridae, as well as some genera within Sigalionidae (e.g.
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