• Corpus ID: 132965033

Vestimentifera, Gutless Invertebrates of the Sea Floor

@inproceedings{Malakhov1998VestimentiferaGI,
  title={Vestimentifera, Gutless Invertebrates of the Sea Floor},
  author={V. V. Malakhov and Sergey Galkin},
  year={1998}
}
On a new classification of the genus Siboglinum Caullery, 1914 (Annelida: Pogonophora)
  • R. Smirnov
  • Biology
    Proceedings of the Zoological Institute RAS
  • 2014
The largest pogonophoran genus Siboglinum Caullery, 1914 is for the first time reviewed and divided into nine subgenera, diagnoses provided and species listed. The following characters in various
Changes in Body Proportions during Growth of the Hydrothermal Vestimentiferan Oasisia alvinae Jones 1985 (Annelida, Siboglinidae)
During the growth of hydrothermal vestimentiferan Oasisia alvinae the trunk part of body was found to be elongated (from 51 to 83.4% of the overall body length), while the relative dimensions of all
Pogonophora (Annelida): form and function
Pogonophora, also known as Siboglinidae, are tube-dwelling marine annelids. They rely on endosymbiotic chemoautotrophic bacteria for nutrition and their anatomy and physiology are adapted to their
Vestimentiferans (Pogonophora) in the Pacific and Indian Oceans: a new genus from Lihir Island (Papua New Guinea) and the Java Trench, with the first report of Arcovestia ivanovi from the North Fiji Basin
Explorations by the German Research Vessel Sonne in the fore-arc and back-arc basins of the western Pacific Ocean have collected vestimentiferan tube worms from both warm vent and cold seep sites.