- Phoronid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The eggs of most species form free-swimming actinotroch larvae, which feed on plankton. An actinotroch settles to the seabed after about 20 days and then ...
- Marine Species Identification Portal : Phylum Phoronida
- Typically, the egg develops into a characteristic ciliated and free-swimming actinotroch larva. One species, Phoronis ovalis, lacks the actinotroch stage and has ...
- Giant actinotroch, a larva of phoronida from the South China Sea
- Giant actinotroch, a larva of phoronida from the South China Sea: The giant larva phenomenon. E. N.
- Invertebrate Embryology: Actinotroch larva from plankton
- May 8, 2011 On April 13th 2011, our class collected plankton off the F dock in the Charleston marina. I was lucky enough to find an actinotroch larva pictured ...
- A waterborne behavioral cue for the actinotroch larva of Phoronis
- Biol Bull. 2004 Oct;207(2):103-15. A waterborne behavioral cue for the actinotroch larva of Phoronis pallida (Phoronida) produced by Upogebia pugettensis ...
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