Opheliidae

Opheliidae

[‚äf·ə′lī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of limivorous worms belonging to the annelid group Sedentaria.
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Family Opheliidae Malmgren, 1867 Polyophthalmuspictus (Dujardin, 1839) Family Pilargidae de Saint-Joseph, 1899 Synelmis sotoi Salazar-Vallejo, 2003 Family Polynoidae Malmgren, 1867 Halosydna leukohyba Schmarda, 1861 Harmothoe muiri Salazar-Silva, 2010 Harmothoe polytrichoides Augener, 1922 Hermenia verruculosa Grube, 1857 Lepidonotus lacteus (Ehlers, 1887) Lepidonotus sublevis Verrill, 1873 Lepidonotus variabilis Webster, 1879
En CA, se registraron 16 familias de las cuales cuatro se presentaron exclusivamente en esta playa, la diversidad promedio fue de 1,77 (DE=0,86) y las familias mas abundantes fueron Tellinidae, Maldanidae y Opheliidae (Tabla 1).
Identified polychaetes included representatives from 20 different families, primarily Ampharetidae, Glyceridae, Nephtydae, Onuphidae, Opheliidae, and Terebellidae.
Like some planktotrophic larvae in the closely related Echiuridae and Opheliidae, larvae of N.
Relating divergence in polychaete musculature to different burrowing behaviors: a study using Opheliidae (Annelida).
On the other hand, Terebellidae, Opheliidae, and Hesionidae presented significant differences between control and impacted areas before fishing (Fig.
Polychaeta Magelonidae * 89 85 20 118 Capitellidae * 101 95 27 36 Cirratulidae * 17 10 22 93 Obiniidae * 31 41 74 60 Nereidae * 55 21 16 12 Glyceridae * 10 7 12 3 Goniadidae 8 7 7 Opheliidae 7 20 1 Lumbrineridae 1 2 2 Sabellidae 7 1 Nephytydae * 5 Spionidae * 3 Onuphidae * 1 Polynoidae * 1 Gastropoda Bulla gouldiana + 15 3 6 3 Haminoea vesicula * 8 2 3 1 Acteocina spp.
2002) Echiuridae Feeding: Hatschek (1880); Miner et al (1999) Opheliidae Feeding: Miner et al (1999) Oweniidae Feeding: Emlet & Stralhmann (1994) Polygordiidae * Feeding: Hatschek (1878); Woltereck (1904); Pernet, pers.
Important taxonomic structures from several specimens from the families Spionidae, Maldanidae, Opheliidae, Phyllodocidae, Nereididae, Glyceridae, Lumbrineridae, Ampharetidae, Sabellidae and Serpulidae were absent, making further identification impossible.
those including the families Amphinomidae, Opheliidae, and Polygordiidae, all of which include species that feed with opposed bands of cilia: Pernet et al.