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Microporellidae

Genus Fenestruloides. (Род Fenestruloides) Genus Adelascopora. (Род Adelascopora) Genus Chronocerastes. (Род Chronocerastes) Family Microporellidae. (Семья Microporellidae) Genus Diporula. (Род Diporula) Genus Tenthrenulina. (Род Tenthrenulina) G ...

                                               

Phidoloporidae

The Phidoloporidae is a family within the bryozoan order Cheilostomata. The colonies of many genera grow in an upright, reticulate branching manner, which gave rise to one colloquial name for this group as lace corals. Zooids generally open on on ...

                                               

Reteporella

Reteporella longifissa Harmer, 1934. Reteporella beaniana King, 1846. Reteporella alberti Calvet, 1931. Reteporella gracilis Gordon, 1989. Reteporella sudbourniensis Gautier, 1962. Reteporella clancularia Hayward & Cook, 1979. Reteporella pseudof ...

                                               

Schizoporella

Schizoporella elliptica Canu & Bassler, 1930. Schizoporella errata Waters, 1878. Schizoporella hesperia Hayward & Ryland, 1995. Schizoporella costata Kluge, 1962. Schizoporella bifrons Moyano, 1965. Schizoporella dunkeri Reuss, 1848. Schizoporell ...

                                               

Schizoporellidae

The Schizoporellidae is a family within the bryozoan order Cheilostomata. Colonies are encrusting on shells and rocks or upright bilaminar branches or sheets. The zooidal orifice has a narrow V-shaped sinus.

                                               

Scrupariina

Scrupariina is a sub-order under order Cheilostomata. The structure of the individual zooids is generally simple, with an uncalcified, flexible frontal wall. The obsolete sub-order Anasca previously included the members of this sub-order before b ...

                                               

Smittinidae

The Smittinidae is a family within the bryozoan order Cheilostomata. Colonies are encrusting on shells and rocks or upright bilaminar branches or sheets. The zooids generally have at least one adventitious avicularia on their frontal wall near th ...

                                               

Stomachetosellidae

The Stomachetosellidae is a family within the bryozoan order Cheilostomata. Colonies are encrusting on shells and rocks or upright bilaminar branches or sheets. The zooids generally have at least one adventitious avicularia on their frontal wall ...

                                               

Triphyllozoon

Triphyllozoon tenue Kirkpatrick, 1888. Triphyllozoon arcuatum MacGillivray, 1889. Triphyllozoon hirsutum Busk, 1884. Triphyllozoon tuberculiferum Harmer, 1934. Triphyllozoon moniliferum MacGillivray, 1860. Triphyllozoon sinicum Liu & Li, 1987. Tr ...

                                               

Tubuliporina

Genera incertae sedis: Supercytis Mecynoeciidae. Filisparsidae. Diaperoeciidae. Oncousoeciidae. Stomatoporidae. Diastoporidae. Annectocymidae. †Phaceloporidae. Entalophoridae. Bereniceidae. Eleidae. Tubuliporidae. Cinctiporidae. Idmoneidae. Plagi ...

                                               

Victorella

Victorella soulei. Victorella symbiotica Rousselet, 1907. Victorella pavida Saville Kent, 1870. Victorella pseudoarachnidia Jebram & Everitt, 1982. Victorella bergi Abrikosov, 1959. Victorella continentalis Braem, 1911. Victorella muelleri Kraepe ...

                                               

Acotylea

Superfamily Ilyplanoidea Faubel, 1984 Synonym: Emprosthommatidea Bock, 1913. Family Mucroplanidae Faubel, 1983. Family Diplopharyngeatidae Plehn, 1896. Family Palauidae Faubel, 1983. Family Discocelidae Laidlaw, 1903. Family Anocellidae Quiroga, ...

                                               

Catenulidae

Catenulidae is a family of freshwater catenulid flatworms. Catenulids are characterized by ovate of the brain located in the preoral region. The brain is not enough clear separation of forward and back shares, although narrowing can occur.

                                               

Cercyra

Cercyra macrostoma Hallez, 1892. Cercyra verrucosa Du Plessis, 1907. Cercyra hastata Schmidt, 1862. Cercyra teissieri Steinmann, 1930. Cercyra papillosa Uljanin, 1870.

                                               

Cotylea (worm)

Superfamily Ditremagenioidea Palombi, 1928. Family Ditremageniidae Palombi, 1928. Superfamily Euryleptoidea Stimpson, 1857. Family Euryleptidae Stimpson, 1857. Family Euryleptididae Faubel, 1984. Family Laidlawiidae Herzig, 1905. Family Prosthios ...

                                               

Graffilla

Graffilla is a genus of parasitic turbellarian flatworms. View in Graffilla, G. pugetensi, a parasite in the pericardial cavity of the bivalvian mollusc Macoma nasuta.

                                               

Humbertium

Species of Humbertium are characterized by the presence of a well developed penis papilla in the copulatory apparatus, similar to the one in Bipalium, but with the ovovitelloducts entering the female atrium anteriorly and not posteriorly as in Bi ...

                                               

Macrostomorpha

Macrostomorpha is a clade of free living flatworms ranked either as class or subclass in the group Rhabditophora. There are about 260 described species in two orders - marine, freshwater and brackish Macrostomida, which group most of the species ...

                                               

Maiazoon orsaki

Maiazoon orsaki possesses a stretched "egg-shaped" body with a ruffled margin, the posterior part of the body is isentagled. The background color can generally go from translucent cream to light brown with a fine median white line. The white line ...

                                               

Monocelididae

Archilopsis Meixner, 1938. (Мейкснер Archilopsis, 1938) Monocelopsis Ax, 1951. (Monocelopsis Топор, 1951) Archilina Ax, 1959. (Archilina Топор, 1959) Inaloa Martens & Curini-Galletti, 1994. Archiloinae Faubel & Rohde, 1998. Archiloa de Beauchamp, ...

                                               

Neoophora

Neoophora is a group of rhabditophoran flatworms with ectolecithal eggs, i.e., yolk is not present in the egg as in most animals, but rather is secreted by accessory glands called vitellaria or yolk glands. These glands have the same embryonic or ...

                                               

Novibipalium

Species of Novibipalium are very similar to those of the related genus Bipalium. The main difference occurs in the copulatory apparatus, which in Novibipalium lacks a well-developed penis papilla, while in Bipalium a penis papilla is present. Nov ...

                                               

Planaria

Planaria is a genus of planarians in the family Planariidae. It is currently represented by a single species, Planaria torva, which is found in Europe. When an individual is cut into pieces, each piece has the ability to regenerate into a fully f ...

                                               

Prosthiostomidae

Enterogonimus Hallez, 1913. Enchiridium Bock, 1913. (Enchiridium Боку, 1913) Euprosthiostomum Bock, 1925. (Euprosthiostomum Боку, 1925) Amakusaplana Kato 1938. (Amakusaplana Като 1938) Prosthiostomum Quatrefage, 1845. Lurymare Marcus & Marcus, 1968.

                                               

Pseudobiceros

Pseudobiceros is a genus of flatworms. Like all flatworms, Pseudobiceros are hermaphrodites. This particular genus engages in penis fencing. When the "winner" touches its penis to the "skin" of the other, insemination occurs, and the "loser" has ...

                                               

Pseudobiceros gloriosus

Pseudobiceros gloriosus is a benthic marine flatworm species that belongs to the Pseudocerotidae family. It is typically found in the Tropical Indo-Pacific, from Eastern Africa to Micronesia, in the Top or slope of recifal reefs. It can be up to ...

                                               

Pseudoceros

According to the Turbellarian Taxonomic Database: Pseudoceros felis Newman & Cannon, 1994. Pseudoceros colemani Prudhoe, 1977. Pseudoceros luteus Plehn, 1898. Pseudoceros atropurpureus Kato, 1934. Pseudoceros canadensis Hyman, 1953. Pseudoceros n ...

                                               

Schmidtea

Schmidtea is a freshwater triclad genus widely used in regeneration and developmental studies. Until 1991 Schmidtea was considered a Dugesia subgenus, then it was raised to the rank of genus.

                                               

Seriata

The Seriata are an order of turbellarian flatworms. They are found in freshwater and marine environments, and also includes a number of species found in wet ground conditions. Most of them are free-living, but the group includes the genus Bdellou ...

                                               

Stenostomidae

Stenostomidae is a family of freshwater catenulid flatworms. It is the most species-rich family of catenulids, with about 70 species described, most of them in the Neotropics. Catenulids family Stenostomidae characterized by brain is divided into ...

                                               

Temnocephalida

The Temnocephalida are an order of turbellarian flatworms. Unlike most other turbellarians, all species in this order are either symbiotic or parasitic. They can be found living on crustaceans, mollusks, and some species, even the turtles. Commen ...

                                               

Thysanozoon

Thysanozoon californicum Hyman 1953. Thysanozoon verrucosum Grube, 1867. Thysanozoon brocchii Risso, 1818. Thysanozoon aucklandicum Cheeseman, 1883. Thysanozoon japonicum Kato 1944. Thysanozoon cruciatum Schmarda 1859. Thysanozoon langi Stummer-T ...

                                               

Aculifera

Aculifera is a proposed clade of molluscs incorporating those groups that have no conch or shell, that is, the Polyplacophora, Caudofoveata and Solenogastres. It is sister to the Conchifera.

                                               

Antalis

Species within the genus Antalis include: Extinct species Antalis nanaimoense extinct / fossil. Antalis cooprei extinct / fossil. Taxon inquerendum Antalis aculeata Sowerby, 1860. Species brought into synonymy Antalis occidentale Stimpson, 1851 a ...

                                               

Antalis diarrhox

Antalis diarrhox is a species of tusk shell, a marine scaphopod mollusk in the family Dentaliidae. This species is endemic to New Zealand waters. It is located to the North-East from the Eastern Cape of about 1.300 m, to Chatham, about 220 m, and ...

                                               

Antalis vulgaris

Antalis vulgaris, commonly known as the common tusk shell, is a species of scaphopods mainly encountered on sandy bottoms from 5 to 1000 meters depth.

                                               

Aplustrum amplustre

Aplustrum amplustre, also known as royal paper bubble, ship’s flag shell, swollen bubble, is a species of sea snails, bubble snails, marine opisthobranch gastropod mollusks in the family Aplustridae.

                                               

Cadulus delicatulus

Cadulus delicatulus is a species of small tusk shell, a marine scaphopod mollusk in the family Gadilidae. This species is endemic to New Zealand. It can be found from Northland to Fiordland, including the rise of Chatham, Chatham. It lives at dep ...

                                               

Cadulus teliger

Cadulus teliger is a species of small tusk shell, a marine scaphopod mollusk in the family Gadilidae. This species is endemic to New Zealand waters. It can be found from the Three Kings Islands to the Chatham Islands, at depths of between 15 and ...

                                               

Canariellidae

Canariellidae is a taxonomic family of small to medium-sized air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the superfamily Helicoidea.

                                               

Chaetoderma elegans

Chaetoderma elegans is a species of glisten worm, a kind of shell-less, worm-like mollusk in the family Chaetodermidae. This species is found in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

                                               

Costentalina elegans

Costentalina elegans is a species of medium-sized tusk shell, a marine scaphopod mollusc in the family Entalinidae. It is found in Australia and the Indian Ocean. It is an abyssal species and lives at a depth of 5100 to 5800 m.

                                               

Cryptoplax iredalei

The typical shell-length of Cryptoplax iredalei can reach about 36 millimetres 1.4 in. Body is narrow and flattened, oval shaped, with 8 shell sections or valves. The basic color is brown to red-brown, sometimes with light and dark bands.

                                               

Dentaliidae

Coccodentalium Sacco, 1896. (Coccodentalium Сакко, 1896) Graptacme Pilsbry & Sharp, 1897. Tesseracme Pilsbry & Sharp, 1897. Eudentalium Cotton & Godfrey, 1933. Paradentalium Cotton & Godfrey, 1933. Plagioglypta Pilsbry in Pilsbry & Sharp, 1897. P ...

                                               

Fustiaria

Fustiaria is a genus of scaphopods in the order Dentaliida and is the only genus comprising the family Fustiariidae, with 24 species. Shells Fustiaria are characterized as smooth, thin, circular in section, slightly curved, thin, and almost trans ...

                                               

Gadila (mollusc)

Shell decidedly curved, more or less swollen near the middle or toward the aperture, more tapering toward the apex, apical orifice not contracted by a callous ring, or with such callous ring, weak and far within. Edges not slit.

                                               

Gadilida

Gadilida is an order of very small tusk shells, marine scaphopod molluscs. Species in Gadilida usually very much smaller than in the other order scaphopods in the Dentaliida.

                                               

Gadilidae

Polyschides Pilsbry & Sharp, 1898. Gadila Gray, 1847. (Гадила Серый, 1847) Dischides Jeffreys, 1867. (Dischides Джеффрис, 1867) Striocadulus Emerson, 1962. (Striocadulus Эмерсон, 1962) Bathycadulus Scarabino, 1995. Sagamicadulus Sakurai & Shimazu ...

                                               

Micropilina

Micropilina is a genus of monoplacophoran mollusks, very small, mostly deepwater animals which have a superficially limpet-like shell. In addition to a number of living, deep-sea species, this genus also includes a shallow water fossil from the m ...

                                               

Poromyoidea

Poromyoidea is a superfamily of molluscs. It used to contain only the family Poromyidae, but now it also contains Cetoconchidae Ridewood, 1903, as Cetoconcha Dall, 1886 was removed from Poromyidae and given its own family, according to the World ...

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