Predation on cultivated oysters, Crassostrea rhizophorae (Guilding) by the polyclad turbellarian
flatworm Stylochus (Stylochus) frontalis Verrill.
Paravortex mesodesma (Grafillidae) was recorded in the lumen of the intestine of specimens from three of the five studied localities.
Factors controlling the change of shape of certain nemertean and turbellarian
can be divided into two major groups, with no taxonomical association: the macroturbellarians or large worms, which include triclads and polyclads, and the microturbellarians including the other turbellarian
groups, the members of which are smaller.
similar to Paravortex (Rhabdocoela) (Fig.
the little turbellarian
knows the embrace of their mouth; good for Chironomus plumosus to outline their intestinal arborizations in red lace.
Fish (1976) noted this turbellarian
but was unable to obtain an identification.
These included the gastropod Acteocina inculta (Gould) (Stations C and F in 1977; Station D in 1979), the polychaetes Leitoscolopos pugettensis (Pettibone) (= Haploscoloplos elongatus in Dexter (1983); Station E in 1980), Chaetozone corona Berkeley and Berkeley (Stations F and G in 1980), and Armandia brevis (Moore) (Station E in 1991), an unidentified turbellarian
flatworm (Station E in 1981), the amphipod Aoroides columbiae Walker (Station E in 1981), and the isopod Paracerceis gilliana (Richardson) (Station D in 1985).
53-54), a Japanese scientist at the Imperial University of Tokyo, published Ito's colored polyclad turbellarian
paintings in black and white, acknowledging only Paul Bartsch, for whom Ito had prepared the drawings.
1992) and Moina (D'Abramo 1980) - and in the turbellarian
worm Mesostoma ehrenbergii (Beisner et al.
Some aspects of reproductive biology in the freshwater triclad turbellarian
In the open pond, 55 percent of the total number of organisms collected were polychaetes and 35 percent were tentatively identified as a turbellarian
flatworm (William J.