Pectinariidae


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Pectinariidae

[‚pek·tə·nə′rī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The cone worms, a family of polychaete annelids belonging to the Sedentaria.
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1 Scyphoproctus djibouliensis Gravier, 87 1906 Oweniidae Owenta fusifomis Claparede, 1970 75 Pectinariidae Pectinaria laelia Nonato, 1981 Ampharetidae Isolda pulchella Muller, 1858 37 Terebellidae Terebellidae Undetermined 2 Loimia medusa (Savigny, 1818) Pista corrientis McIntosh, 1885 Polycirrus plumosus (Wolleback, 1912) 1 Trichobran- chidae Terebellides anguicomus Muller, 1858 Sabellidae Sabellidae Undetermined 1 Branchiomma nigromaculata (Baird, 1865) 2 Pseudobranchiomma sp.
Only gastropod abundance and the abundance of the polychaete families Pectinariidae and Sabellidae showed persistent negative effects of fishing.
The analysis of polychaete family abundance during the study period showed that the families Pectinariidae and Sabellidae (mainly comprising tube building, sedentary, and suspension-feeding species) were significantly, and persistently, affected by fishing (Table 1).
A detailed analysis of polychaetes families showed that families Pectinariidae and Sabellidae, mainly comprising species with suspension feeding modes (besides being sedentary) were persistently affected by fishing, which could at least partially support the result found for that ratio.
2] concentration of sea water above the bottom) is included, as well as a key for differentiating the two Pectinariidae species registered in Chile to date.
2] disuelto de fondo) y se incluye una clave para diferenciar las dos especies de Pectinariidae registradas en Chile.
2] dissolvido de fundo) e se inclui uma clave para diferenciar as duas especies de Pectinariidae registradas no Chile.