Fabriciinae

Fabriciinae

[‚fa·brə′sī·ə‚nē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A subfamily of small to minute, colonial, sedentary polychaete annelids in the family Sabellidae.
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Remarkably, the former family "Sabellidae" was found to be paraphyletic, necessitating the elevation of the sabellid subfamily Fabriciinae to full family rank (Kupriyanova and Rouse, 2008; Capa et al., 2011).
According to the taxonomic keys of Fauchald (1977) and Rozbaczylo (1980), all of these polychaetes belong to the family Sabellidae; subfamily Fabriciinae, and genus Oriopsis (according to Day 1967 and Fitzhugh 1989).
New Fabriciola species (Polychaeta, Sabellidae, Fabriciinae) from eastern Atlantic, with a description of sperm and spermathecal structure.
The family includes about 490 species that fall into two clades, the subfamilies Fabriciinae and Sabellinae (Rouse and Pleijel, 2001).
Feeding and tube-building in the Fabriciinae. Proc.