DICHOTOMOUS KEY FOR OLIGOCHAETA
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Key to Stream Macroinverts - Virginia Association of Soil
PDF fileDICHOTOMOUS KEY TO STREAM MACROINVERTEBRATES 20. B. Secymented, earthworm-like body AQUATIC EARTHWORM Class Oligochaeta Feeding Group: GATHERER COLLECTOR
Citation - zookeysoft
We provide the results of the first survey of the aquatic annelid fauna of the San Marcos Springs, along with a dichotomous key to these annelids that includes photos of some representative specimens, Martin P (1996) Oligochaeta and Aphanoneura in ancient lakes: a review.
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PDF file(Go to 14) 13-2 . Body is flattened from side-to-side (higher than it is wide); seven-pairs of walking legs, first two are claw-like the remaining legs are simple. Has a habit of swimming sideways. Order Amphipoda (Scud/sideswimmer) Class Oligochaeta (Aquatic worm) 6. 25. 25-1 .
Oligochaete | annelid | Britannica
Oligochaete, any worm of the subclass Oligochaeta (class Clitellata, phylum Annelida). About 3,500 living species are known, the most familiar of which is the earthworm (q.v.), Lumbricus terrestris. Oligochaetes are common all over the world. They live in the sea, in fresh water, and in moist soil.
Annelid - Classification | Britannica
Annelid - Annelid - Classification: Classification of free-living and sedentary polychaetes relies almost exclusively on external characters, such as the shape of the head, and on the number and nature of structures, such as appendages (including anal ones), parapodia, and setae, and on tube construction. Oligochaete classification relies largely on internal structures, especially the
(PDF) A morphology-based identification key to the
PDF | Morphological characters for identification of Cognettia species are presented both as a dichotomous key and in table form. Focus is on non-sexual
Worms: Phyla Platyhelmintes, Nematoda, and Annelida
Worms are invertebrate animals with bilateral symmetry. Worms have a definite anterior (head) end and a posterior (tail) end. The ventral surface of worms and other organisms is the bottom side of the body, often closest to the ground. The dorsal surface is located on the upper part of the body facing the sky. The lateral surfaces are found on the left and right sides of the body.
Lab 2 – Lopotrochozoa (10 Phyla)
Prepare a dichotomous key to the 10 phyla covered in this lab. Try to connect it to your key that you prepared for Lab 1. Prepare a dichotomous key to the classes of Mollusca. Prepare a dichotomous key to the classes of Annelida. The two diagrams below show