Dibranchiata


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Noun1.Dibranchiata - comprising all living cephalopods except the family Nautilidae: the orders Octopoda (octopuses) and Decapoda (squids and cuttlefish)
Cephalopoda, class Cephalopoda - octopuses; squids; cuttlefish; pearly nautilus
Octopoda, order Octopoda - octopuses and paper nautilus
Decapoda, order Decapoda - squids and cuttlefishes
Belemnoidea, order Belemnoidea - order of extinct dibranchiate cephalopods related to the surviving spirulas
class - (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders
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122,993 Glycera americana Leidy, 1855 126,229 Glycera dibranchiata Ehlers, 1868 101,455 Glycinde armigera Moore.
examined Bucephalus Bivalves 1993 1994 Tellina agius & versicolor 8 10 586 6 Gemma gemma 5 2 141 1 Haminea solitaria 2 0 31 0 Ensis directus 6 5 157 0 Mullinea lateralis 8 4 56 1 Anadara ovalis 0 1 4 0 Tagelus plebeius 0 2 6 0 Nucula proximo 0 1 13 0 Lyonsia hyalina Polychaetes Diopatra cuprea 0 2 16 0 Glycera dibranchiata 0 6 15 0 Hydroides diathus & 0 1 132 0 Filograna implexa Platynereis dumerilii 0 3 15 0 Nemerteans Cerebratulus lacteus 0 7 15 0 Anemones Actinothoe modesta & 0 6 21 0 Edwardsia elegans Barnacles Balanus sp.
Sasaki, "A monograph of the dibranchiata cephalopods of the japanese and adjacent waters," Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture of Hokkaido University, pp.
Cytobiological studies on hemocyanin metabolism in the branchial heart complex of the common cuttlefish Sepia officinalis (Cephalopoda, Dibranchiata).
Stucky and his coworkers recently reported that the tiny jaws of the bloodworm, Glycera dibranchiata, contain the copper chloride mineral called atacamite, which makes the structures particularly strong (SN: 11/9/02, p.
Capitella capitata comprised 19 percent of the total, Heteromastastus filiformis eight percent, Glycera dibranchiata three percent, and a single Phyllodace arenae.
1982], the polychaete worms Glycera dibranchiata [Qafaiti and Stephens 1988] and Pareurythoe californica [Costopulos et al.
Genetic variability in bloodworm (Glycera dibranchiata) populations in the Gulf of Maine.
The most abundant species in the abyssal samples is a polychaete worm, Aurospio dibranchiata, which on average is only 7.1 percent of the total number of individuals.