It is often blood-red in colour. The species is sedentary and fragile, with a flexible body. It may be found under pebbles or small stones, with . Fauna Groenlandica, systematice sistens, Animalia Groenlandiae occidentalis hactenus indagata, quoad nomen specificum, triviale, vernaculumque synonyma auctorum plurium, descriptionem, locum, victum, generationem, mores, usum, . A new monstrillid copepod parasitic in capitellid polychaetes in southern California.
Detailed examination reveals only slight morphological . Amakusa Marine Biological Laboratory. Kyushu University, Tomioka. ABSTRACT: The population dynamics of a sibling species of CapiteUa . Large numbers of the oligochaetes Tubificoides spp.
Marenzellaria sp, Macoma . A recent re-description proposed that C. Greenland is restricted to the Artic and Subarctic regions.
The Animal Diversity Web team is excited to announce ADW Pocket Guides! Help us improve the site by taking our survey. This species has a simple external anatomy that represents well the common body plan of an annelid worm. Enclosed harbours and sheltered bays. Fine muddy sand Infaunal.
Salinity regime: Estuary-like variation. Microhabitat: Upper- to mid- shore, near surface Tube: impermanent . English: Gallery worm from the Belgian continental shelf. Français : Un ver polychète pêché sur le plateau continental belge.
Longueur : mm environ. Photographer, Hans Hillewaert. Silva CF(1), Seixas VC(2), Barroso R(3), Di Domenico M(4), Amaral ACZ(), Paiva . Davidson CR(1), Best NM, Francis JW, Cooper EL, Wood TC. Author information: (1)Division of Natural Sciences, Bryan College, Dayton, . They are able to tolerate very low oxygen tensions.
Capitella lives in black mud and estuaries.
Therefore, enormous numbers can be found in polluted areas such as harbour basins. They dominate in Victoria Habour where is. Since males can be induced to develop into hermaphrodites, crosses were done to examine the effect of the maternal parent on sex ratio. Female × male crosses produce a 50:sex ratio while . Distribution of habitat SS.
UK Marine Recorder database and EUSeaMap. Red dots represent records on which the biotope is based. Blue dots show other certain records, black . Eggs are laid in jelly in the tube from which the larvae emerge after 10- days with chaetigers and swim for 4-days before settling. The im- portant life-history characteristics of this species in the present study area are described and compared with those reported in previous studies from .