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But it is conceivable that the now utterly lost branchiae might have been gradually worked in by natural selection for some quite distinct purpose: in the same manner as, on the view entertained by some naturalists that the branchiae and dorsal scales of Annelids are homologous with the wings and wing-covers of insects, it is probable that organs which at a very ancient period served for respiration have been actually converted into organs of flight.
Veliger larvae of molluscs and some annelid larvae capture food with opposed bands of cilia (Hatschek, 1878, 1880a, b, 1885; Nielsen, 1987; Hansen, 1993; Pernet et al., 2015; Pernet, 2018).
Histidine: A novel antimicrobial peptide containing bromotryptophan constitutively expressed in the NK cells-like of the marine annelid, Nereis diversicolor.
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.
In this study, we evaluated the effects of annelid and nematode feeding on Amatitlania nigrofasciata and Herotilapia multispinosa growth performances and some histologic parameters in aquariums.
Articulating "archiannelids": Phylogenomics and annelid relationships, with emphasis on meiofaunal taxa.
The relationship of temperature and dissolved oxygen to the seasonal settlement of the poly chaetous annelid Hydroides norvigica (Gunnerus).
Very few Annelid species live in Sulfur-rich environments.
The 40cm (15.7in) annelid, weighing 26g, is the largest earthworm ever found in the UK.
The 40cm (15.7 inch) annelid, weighing 26g, is the size of a small snake and the largest earthworm ever found in the UK.
1999) and snowy egret (370 g; Palmer 1962) prey upon earthworms and annelid worms, aquatic and terrestrial insects and crabs, marine fish, and even frogs, snakes, and lizards (Kushlan 1978a, 1978b, Parsons & Master 2000).