Terebratulida


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Terebratulida

[‚ter·ə·brə′tül·əd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of articulate brachiopods that has a punctate shell structure and is characterized by the possession of a loop extending anteriorly from the crural bases, providing some degree of support for the lophophore.
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NA NA Glottidia pyramidata NA NA Order Acrotretida Family Discinidae Discradisca stella Inland Sea 1 Class Articulata Order Terebratulida Suborder Terebratelidina Family Terebratulida crossei Okirai Bay 10 Cancellothyrididae Family Laqueidae Laqueus rubellus Okirai Bay 5 Laqueus blanfordi Okirai Bay 3 Terebratalia Okirai Bay 1 coreanica Suborder Terebratelidina Family Platidiidae Platidia japonica Okirai Bay 3 Haploid DNA content C value Taxa Species [+ or -] SE (pg) Class Inarticulata Order Lingulida Family Lingulidae Lingula anatina 0.
33%]), brachiopods (order Terebratulida [11%]), the white sea urchin (Lytechinus anamesus [9%]), the fragile sea urchin (Allocentrotus fragilis [4%]), and sea pens (suborder Subselliflorae; [2%]; Fig.