Segmented worms have multiple segments that make them bilaterally symmetrical. Each segment houses an entire set of organs. Earthworms, ragworms and leeches are some of the 22,000 ...
What Are Worm Segments?
The phylum Annelida (Latin for "little rings") has more than 9,000 species of segmented worms, including earthworms, rag or clam worms and leeches. Annelids can live in terrestrial and marine environments. A segmented body helps the animals to move and...
The annelids (Annelida, from Latin anellus, "little ring"), also known as the ringed
worms or segmented worms, are a large phylum, with over 17,000 extant ...
The animals in the Annelida are segmented worms. They have no legs, and no
hard skeleton. Unlike mollusks, annelid bodies are divided into many little ...
are a group of invertebrates that includes earthworms, ragworms and leeches. The articles listed below provide information about the characteristics, classification and evolution of segmented worms
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Annelids - Worms with Segments. Ooooh. Worms. Walk around school after a
rainstorm and you will have seen annelids. Earthworms are the classic example
Segmented worms are bilaterally symmetrical invertebrates that include more
than 12000 species such as earthworms, ragworms and leeches.
Roundworms probably evolved into segmented worms, or annelids, about 545
million years ago. The earliest annelids all lived in the ocean, as most kinds of ...
Introduction. Annelida is a group commonly referred to as segmented worms, and
they are found worldwide from the deepest marine sediments to the soils in ...
It is a quick and simple way to add size, and segmented worms, also known as
annelids, are the prototypes. In animals that stay fully segmented, it helps make ...