Capitella aff. capitata CMC01 - gbif.org.
Annelid - Annelid - Development: Annelid eggs, like those of flatworms and mollusks, exhibit spiral, or determinate, cleavage, so called because early differentiation of various regions occurs; in indeterminate cleavage (in echinoderm and chordate eggs), early differentiation does not occur. In annelids, the first four cells (blastomeres) give rise, by alternating clockwise and.
Infraspecific Taxon Details: Capitella capitata europaea Wu, 1964 Accepted scientific name: Capitella capitata europaea Wu, 1964 (accepted name).
Capitella capitata belgica Czerniavsky, 1881: Infraspecific taxon: synonym for Capitella capitata (Fabricius, 1780) Animalia: Capitella capitata danica Czerniavsky, 1881: Infraspecific taxon: synonym for Capitella capitata (Fabricius, 1780) Animalia: Capitella capitata europaea Wu, 1964.
Classification kingdom Animalia phylum Annelida class Polychaeta order Scolecida family Capitellidae genus Capitella species Capitella capitata (Fabricius, 1780) Providers NZAC NZIB. Capitella capitata (Fabricius, 1780) Taxon Concept NZOR Concept Id 95ae6630-afa3-4ca7-8771-fe7fa43b4516.
Capitella teleta is a small, cosmopolitan, segmented annelid worm. It is a well-studied invertebrate, which has been cultured for use in laboratories for over 30 years. C. teleta is the first marine polychaete to have its genome sequenced. Capitella teleta - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia - WikiMil.
A total of 65 species were collected, among which, polychaeta and mollusk were the dominant groups, Capitella capitata and Nassarius succinctus were the dominant species in spring and winter, respectively. The species number of macrozoobenthos was more in adjacent sea area than in estuary, and more in spring than in winter.
The sibling species of Capitella capitata are globally known for their tolerance to disturbed habitats and the C. capitata complex is often used as an ecological indicator. A recent re-description proposed that C. capitata, originally described in Greenland is restricted to the Artic and Subarctic regions.