- This Marine Biologist Photographs Rare, Otherworldly Oceanic Creatures
- While scientists, explorers, and Google Earth have mapped much of the terrestrial world, the expanses of the sea remain a great mystery.
- Competition and mimicry: the curious case of chaetae in brachiopods from the
- Strathmann R. Function of lateral cilia in suspension feeding of lophophorates (Brachiopoda, Phoronida, Ectoprocta). Mar Biol.
- Public Release: 4-Apr-2014 A new species of horseshoe worm discovered in Japan
- Horseshoe worms comprise a small phylum Phoronida, which contains only ten species decorating the bottom of the oceans. The new species Phoronis emigi, the eleventh member of the group described in the open access journal ZooKeys, comes after a ...
- Scientists Discover First New Horseshoe Worm In Over 60 Years
- A team of Japanese researchers has identified a new species of horseshoe worm, making it the 11th member of the phylum Phoronida and the first to be discovered in more than six decades. Horseshoe worms are worm-like invertebrates that live in the water ...
- If fish evolved on land, where did they all go? Evolution and Biodiversity in
- Of those, Acoelomorpha, Brachipoda, Bryozoa, Chaetognatha, Cnidaria, Ctenophora, Cycliophora, Echinodermata, Entoprocta, Gastrotricha, Gnathostomulida, Hemichordata, Kinorhyncha, Loricifera, Orthonectida, Phoronida, Placozoa, Porifera, Priapulida, ...
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