Flabelligeridae

Flabelligeridae

[flə‚bel·ə′jer·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The cage worms, a family of spioniform worms belonging to the Sedentaria; the anterior part of the body is often concealed by a cage of setae arising from the first few segments.
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Family Flabelligeridae de Saint-Joseph, 1894 Semiodera dubia (Treadwell, 1929) Semiodera treadwelli Salazar-Vallejo, 2012
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.
La familia Flabelligeridae, la cual tiene como caracteristica un cuerpo lleno de papilas y una corona en la parte anterior formada por setas, fue muy poco representada ya que unicamente se reportaron dos organismos de Piromis americana.
25-200 SSDF D T Armandia lanceolata 25-325 SSDF D F Flabelligeridae 0-25 SDF D F Poecilochaetus serpens 25-100 SDF D F Owenia sp.
Phylogenetics of Acrocirridae and Flabelligeridae (Cirratuliformia, Annelida), Zoologica Scripta 40: 204-219.
sanguehea Montagu, 1815 x x Morphysa sp x x FLABELLIGERIDAE Pherusa capulata Moore, 1909 x x Piromis arenosus Kinberg, 1867 x x Piromis sp x GLYCERIDAE Glycera americana Leidy, 1855 x x G.
FLABELLIGERIDAE Pherusa plumosa GLYCERIDAE Glycera capitata Hemipodos borealis GONIADIDAE Goniada brunnea HESIONIDAE Oxydromus pugettensis LUMBRINERIDAE Lumbrineris luti MAGELONIDAE Magelona sp.
The Annelida Part 4: Polychaeta: Flabelligeridae to Sternaspidae, J.
This study adds 3 new families (Flabelligeridae, Oenonidae and Aphroditidae) and 47 new records of polychaete species (Table 1) to the earlier species list recorded by Gobin (1990).
For three of these species, taxonomic adjustments have been made at the family level: according to Blake (1993), Pilargis mirasetis, initially included in the family Pilargidae, belongs to the genus Santelma, in the family Nautiliniellidae established in 1993 by Blake; Flabelligella macrochaeta (Flabelligeridae) is a member of the family Acrocirridae by Light (1978); and the serpulid Hydroides glandiferum is a type of the genus Olgaharmania by Rioja (1941b) within the Serpulidae.
meseres are unclear, but there is speculation of a relationship to or within Flabelligeridae.