Tricladida


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Tricladida

[trī′klad·əd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
The planarians, an order of the Turbellaria distinguished by diverticulated intestines with a single anterior branch and two posterior branches separated by the pharynx.
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We collected a total of 10,723 individuals, included in 86 families (Table 3), distributed in five classes: i) Insecta (eight families belong to Ephemeroptera, nine to Odonata, one to Plecoptera, 12 to Hemiptera, 10 to Trichoptera, one to Megaloptera, 14 to Coleoptera, 16 to Diptera, and one to Lepidoptera), ii) Maxillopoda (two families belong to order Decapoda, one to Amphipoda, and one to Isopoda); iii) Gastropoda (one family belong to Unionida order, one to Veneroida, two to Basommatophora, four to Neotaenioglossa; iv) Turbellaria (one family belonging to Tricladida order); and v) Acari (the order Hydrachnidia).
Reproductive strategies, karyology, parasites, and taxonomic status of Dugesia populations from Yemen (Platyhelminthes: Tricladida: Dugesiidae).
Plathelminthes Turbelaria Tricladida 63 5 6 15 GENERO FAMILIA E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 N.D Naididae 6 84 26 Helobdella spp.
El Phyllum Platyhelminthes estuvo representado por la clase Tricladida. A nivel de los ordenes encontrados, Diptera (31.80%,) fue el mas abundante, seguido por Ephemeroptera (28.36%), Trichoptera (15.97%) y Coleoptera (15.23%); y los menos abundantes fueron los ordenes Glossiphoniiformes (0.02%) y Tricladida (0.01%).
Coleoptera, Gastropoda, Isopoda, Oligochaeta, Orthoptera y Tricladida) (Olson, 1994), los que fueron ampliamente observados durante el trabajo en campo, en la hojarasca y vegetacion del suelo.
Evidence that two types of 18S rDNA coexist in the genome of Dugesia (Schmidtea) meditarranea (Platyhelminthes, Turbellaria, Tricladida).
Bipalium adventitium Hyman, 1943 (Turbellaria: Tricladida: Terricola) is an exotic terrestrial planarian that feeds on earthworms (Dindal, 1970; Ogren, 1981) and is invading North America (Hyman, 1954; Ogren, 1984; Ducey and Noce, 1998).
We studied male allocation in the flatworm Dugesia polychroa (Tricladida, Platyhelminthes), from which diploid sexuality as well as several types of polyploid parthenogenesis have been described (Benazzi 1957).
Redescription and a new name for the blue land planarian Geoplana vaga Hyman now considered conspecific with Caenoplana coerulea Moseley from Australia (Turbellaria: Tricladida: Geoplanidae).