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Loricifera phylum of microscopic animals discovered in 1974.

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Anaerobic animals from an ancient, anoxic ecological niche
Biol. Mar. Mediterr.
Zootaxa, Culexiregiloricus, a new genus of Nanaloricidae (Loricifera
A new genus of Nanaloricidae (Loricifera) from deep-sea sediments
cidae, and are not normally found in Loricifera inhabiting fine-grained, clayish There are only a few reports of Loricifera from the deep sea (Soetaert et al.
Marine Biology Research First time discovery of Loricifera from
Aug 14, 2009 Two new species of Loricifera, Pliciloricus cavernicola sp. nov. and discovery of Loricifera from Australia and additionally from marine caves.

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Loricifera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An Introduction to Loricifera, Cycliophora, and Micrognathozoa
Loriciferans, cycliophorans and micrognathozoans are amongst the latest groups of animals to be discovered.
The Brush Heads (Phylum Loricifera)
An introduction to the biology, classification and ecology of Brush Heads the Phylum Loricifera.
Loricifera: Larger life without oxygen
Loricifera - Encyclopedia of Life
Loriciferans are microscopic animals living between the particles of marine sediments. Discovered in 1983 off the coast of France by the Danish zoologist R. M.

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