ANELIDOS POLIQUETOS PDF

Os anélidos (Annelida, do latín annelus, “anel pequeno”, e o elemento -ida, plural Nos poliquetos hai individuos machos e femias (dioicos) as gónadas son. An illustrated key to separate all the polychaete families reported to present date within the limits of the Chilean sea is presented. For practical. Views. 4. CrossRef citations. Altmetric. Original Articles. Clave para el reconocimiento de familias de anélidos poliquetos del mar chileno.

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