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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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CREEP SEA: From left, a physonect siphonophore jellyfish, yeti crab, vent annelid worm and, below, a cydippid comb jelly' FISH FEATURES: The amazing photos of the lantern fish, left, the syrtensis octopus, top, and the radiolarian amoeba, above
Rare fossils include annelid worms, crabs, a spiny lobster, a ratfish, a ray, a few bony fishes, and the reptiles reported here Reptiles have not been previously reported from the Paleocene or Eocene of any state or province bordering the Great Lakes.
Rare fossils include an annelid worm, two crabs, a spiny lobster, a ratfish, a ray, unidentified bony fishes, and reptiles reported here.
"The mystery fossil was clearly not another trilobite, and I although couldn't be certain, I thought it might be some sort of annelid worm with broad, flattened scales.
The leeches that I have driven several hundred miles to encounter are freshwater, bloodsucking, multi-segmented annelid worms with 10 stomachs, 32 brains, nine pairs of testicles, and several hundred teeth that leave a distinctive bite mark.