- Impact of New Zealand Flatworm on agriculture and wildlife in
- Possible impact of the New Zealand flatworm on native mammals. ( after Alford et al., 1995).
- The Biology of Flatworms
- Flatworms, phylum Platyhelminthes, represent a major branch of invertebrate life.
- The Historian's Dilemma, or Jonah and the Flatworm
- flatworm is unaware of this and simply searches for behav- iours that allow it to do so.
- Mather Field Vernal Pools Flatworms
- Flatworms, these invertebrates are not flat. second Flatworm is translucent The Flatworms in vernal pools can stick this pharynx (throat/mouth) into their.
- Public urged to report alien species
- The centre has targeted the New Zealand flatworm, the harlequin ladybird and the distinctive red lily beetle in its programme.
- Ortiz covers Belen city and schools
- She has been studying a flatworm found in various rodents and how it responds to different hosts and geographical locations.
- Discovering hammerhead worms
- The specimen was collected and was identified to be a terrestrial flatworm called Bipalium, also known as a hammerhead worm.
- Marine creatures eat, prey, love
- The hermaphrodite marine flatworm (pseudoceros bifurcus) possesses both male and female sex organs and when two of the creatures meet both want to be the male as this confers a reproductive advantage.
- Flatworms, also called "planarians," are found just about everywhere there is water.
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- How to kill Red Planaria flatworms safely in your reef tank.
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