Orbiniidae

Orbiniidae

[‚ȯr·bə′nī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of polychaete annelids belonging to the Sedentaria; the prostomium is exposed, and the thorax and abdomen are weakly separated.
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PHYLUM/class York river ([dagger]) ANNELIDA Polychaeta Spionidae Capitellidae Nereidae Orbiniidae Glyceridae Ampharetidae Maldanidae Cirratulidae Pectinariidae Phyllodocidae ARTHROPODA Malacostraca Gammaridae Corophiidae Idoteidae Hippolytidae CHORDATA Leptocardii Branchiostomidae MOLLUSCA Gastropoda Retusidae Atyidae Pyramidellidae Bivalvia Tellinidae NEMERTEA Lineidae Phoronida Delaware Bay ([double dagger]) ANNELIDA Polychaeta Nereidae Spionidae Unidentified ARTHROPODA Amphipoda Gammaridae Crustacea Pinnotheridae Gastropoda Nassariidae Others Mixed microbenthos Oyster Bay ([section]) ARTHROPODA Crustacea Panopeidae MOLLUSCA Gastropoda Nassariidae PORIFERA Demospongiae Microcionidae PHYLUM/class Common name Totalno.
Worldwide, the Orbiniidae consist of 17 genera and about 150 species (Zhadan et al, 2015).
Protoariciella uncinata Hartmann-Schroeder, 1962 (Polychaeta, Orbiniidae): a new record for intertidal mussel beds of the Southwestern Atlantic shore affected by sewage effluents.
Petraroli, "Reproduction, larval development and post-larval growth of Naineris laevigata (Polychaeta, Orbiniidae) in the Mediterranean Sea," Marine Biology, vol.
Granados-Barba A, Solis-Weiss V (1997) Polycbaetous annelids of the oil platform areas from the southeastern Gulf of Mexico: Orbiniidae and Cossuridae.
Significant changes in the abundance of some families were detected, some increased their abundances: Spionidae from 17% to 48%, Orbiniidae from 4% to 13%; other families decreased in terms of abundance and number of species: Lumbrinereidae from 11% to 1.4%, Nereididae from 9% to 1% and Sabellidae from 14% to 5%.
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.
However, only two taxa experienced persistent negative effects: the polychaete Families Spionidac (chi square = 22.89, df= 2, P < 0.001) and Orbiniidae (chi square =109.17, df= 2, P< 0.001).
Species in Orbiniidae are found worldwide in shallow to deep marine sediments.
Las categorias de gremios traficos utilizadas fueron: a)consumidores de interfase (IF) que pueden mudar su alimentacion de filtracion a resuspension, compuestos por la familia Spionidae y Oweniidae; b) depositivoros superficiales (SDF), compuestos por las familias Capitellidae, Paraonidae, Ampharetidae entre otros; c)depositivoros subsuperfrciales (SSDF), que incluyen a los Maldanidae, Orbiniidae, Cossuridae entre otros; d) omnivoros depredadores (OP), que albergan alas familias Nereidae, Nephtyidae, Hesionidae, Glyceridae, Syllidae entre otros; y e) suspensivoros (SF), compuestos por la familia Sabellidae, Serpulidae, Sabellariidae, entre otros.