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   Echiura (burrow worms) 

   Echiura (echiuran worms) 

Broader Terms:
   Animalia (Animal) 

More Specific:
   Echiuroidea (spoon worms) 
   Echiuroinea (spoon worms) 

External Resources:

1.  Confirmation of the shell-boring oyster parasite Polydora websteri (Polychaeta: Spionidae) in Washington State, USA.LinkIT
Martinelli JC, Lopes HM, Hauser L, Jimenez-Hidalgo I, King TL, Padilla-Gamiño JL, Rawson P, Spencer LH, Williams JD, Wood CL
Scientific reports, 2020

2.  Bioturbation of peanut worms Sipunculus nudus on the composition of prokaryotic communities in a tidal flat as revealed by 16S rRNA gene sequences.LinkIT
Li J, Hu R, Guo Y, Chen S, Xie X, Qin JG, Ma Z, Zhu C, Pei S
MicrobiologyOpen, 2019

3.  Caught in the act: priapulid burrowers in early Cambrian substrates.LinkIT
Kesidis G, Slater BJ, Jensen S, Budd GE
Proceedings. Biological sciences, 2019

4.  First Report of Gastrointestinal Parasites from Ansell's Mole-Rat ( Fukomys anselli) in Zambia.LinkIT
Lutermann H, Haukisalmi V, Junker K
The Journal of parasitology, 2018

5.  Kinematics of burrowing by peristalsis in granular sands.LinkIT
Dorgan KM
The Journal of experimental biology, 2018

6.  Mechanical properties of sediment determine burrowing success and influence distribution of two lugworm species.LinkIT
Crane RL, Merz RA
The Journal of experimental biology, 2017

7.  Incorporation of microplastics from litter into burrows of Lumbricus terrestris.LinkIT
Huerta Lwanga E, Gertsen H, Gooren H, Peters P, Salánki T, van der Ploeg M, Besseling E, Koelmans AA, Geissen V
Environmental pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987), 2017

8.  An Integrated Experimental and Modeling Approach to Predict Sediment Mixing from Benthic Burrowing Behavior.LinkIT
Roche KR, Aubeneau AF, Xie M, Aquino T, Bolster D, Packman AI
Environmental science & technology, 2016

9.  Burrowing by small polychaetes - mechanics, behavior and muscle structure of Capitella sp.LinkIT
Grill S, Dorgan KM
The Journal of experimental biology, 2015

10.  Burrowing behavior in mud and sand of morphologically divergent polychaete species (Annelida: Orbiniidae).LinkIT
Francoeur AA, Dorgan KM
The Biological bulletin, 2014