Paguridae Unidentified worm Phylum Annelida
Esker Creek Grand Wash River Common name Catch CPUE FO Catch CPUE FO Fishes Longfin smelt 327 12.
x Proalinopsis caudatus (Collins, 1872) Synchaeta cecilia Rousselet, 1902 Synchaeta tremula (Muller, 1786) Trichocerca dixonnuttalli (Jennings, 1903) x x Trichocerca intermedia (Stenroos, 1898) x x Trichocerca obtusidens (Olofsson, 1918) x Trichocerca rousseleti (Voigt, 1902) x Trichocerca similis (Wierzejski, 1893) x Trichocerca tenuidens (Hauer, 1931) * x Trichocerca tenuior (Gosse, 1886) x x Trichotria pocillum (Muller, 1776) x Trichotria truncata (Whitelegge, 1889) Wierzejskiella sabulosa (Wiszniewski, x 1932) Wierzejskiella velox (Wiszniewski, 1932) x x Wigrella depressa Wiszniewski, 1932 * x x Phylum Annelida
Class Polychaeta Hediste diversicolor (Muller, 1776) Polychaeta juv.
With regard to food availability, we found individuals from 3 phyla: Platyhelminthes (1 taxon: Family Dugesiidae, Order Tricladida, Class Turbellaria), Annelida
(1 taxon: Order Oligochaetha, Class Clitellata), and Arthropoda (16 taxa: Class Arachnida and Class Insecta).
Bibliography of the contributions to the study of the Annelida
by Frank Evers Beddard with details of the material reported.
SC IN Island Simons Marys n = 16 6 11 374 90 Food Item ANNELIDA
Meyer (1937) documented nine species of ants inhabiting a glade 21 km southeast of Nashville as part of a study documenting the Annelida
, Mollusca, and Arthropoda of the site.
was represented by two classes- Class Oligochaeta (3 species) and Hirudinea (2 species).
For statistical comparisons among groups, prey items were grouped into the following major taxonomical groups: Sipuncula, Annelida
, Crustacea, Mollusca, Echinodermata, Chondrichthyes, Teleostei, Urochordata, as well as unidentified material.
Despite the fact that its relation to other groups of animals is uncertain, Cloudina has been compared to cnidaria (medusas and corals) and annelida
(polychaeta sea worms, earthworms and leeches).
In the present survey immature stages were recorded in 15 taxa belonging to Annelida
, Arachnida, Myriapoda and Insecta, corroborating the hypothesis that bromeliads function as nursery and breeding sites for members of different phylogenetic lineages and thus represent a significant key resource for maintaining biodiversity (Kitching 2000, Rocha et al.
1 Arachnida 23 Chilopoda 2 Crustacea 2 Diplopoda 2 Insecta 33 Molusca 1 Table 3.
The life history of gordian worms (hairworms) is not fully understood, but it is generally known that juveniles parasitize and mature primarily in the gut of terrestrial and aquatic invertebrates assigned to three phyla: Annelida
, Mollusca, Arthropoda.