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annelid

1. any worms of the phylum Annelida, in which the body is divided into segments both externally and internally. The group includes the earthworms, lugworm, ragworm, and leeches
2. of, relating to, or belonging to the Annelida
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The ichnofossils Taenidium and Helminthoidichnites are often interpreted as burrows produced by annelids and are typical of delta-front paleoenvironments.
Molluscs belong to the superphylum Lophotrochozoa that also includes annelids, platyhelminths, and a range of other phyla members (Graham 2000).
52) These beds contain abundant and diverse sponges and cnidarians, as well as priapulid worms, annelid worms, lobopods, stem mollusks such as Wiwaxia, and brachiopods.
2012): <<Tri-domain bifunctional inhibitor of metallocarboxypeptidases A and serine proteases isolated from marine annelid Sabellastarte magnifica>>, Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
Once might reasonably assume that the climatic regime and nutrient-poor soil characteristic of equatorial Amazonia would not be suitable for a large, burrowing annelid.
It has extensive habitats of sand and gravel sediments, which are dominated by annelid worms, clams and crustaceans.
We collected 22 taxa (10 species & 12 taxa identified to genus or family) of invertebrates, including one isopod, 1 decapod, 4 pelecypods, 1 gastropod, 1 leech, 1 annelid, I triclad, 5 dipterans, 2 odonates, 2 coleopterans, 2 hemipterans, and 1 megalopteran.
The final group is the annelid worms, whose body is almost entirely formed of identical segments, such as sea and earthworms.
With a lower DO (range < 41% concentration), observation revealed a decrease in the abundance of Mollusks with an increase in annelid density.