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Annelids. Phylum Annelida. Class Aelosomata. Class Polychaeta. Class Clitellata. Aelosomata. Marine worms. Subclass Errantia. Subclass Sedentaria. Subclass Oligochaeta. Subclass Hirudinae. earthworms. Leeches. Annelids. Class Polychaeta marine worms segmented

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Annelids

Annelids


Phylum annelida

Phylum Annelida

Class

Aelosomata

Class

Polychaeta

Class

Clitellata

Aelosomata

Marine worms

Subclass Errantia

Subclass Sedentaria

Subclass

Oligochaeta

Subclass

Hirudinae

earthworms

Leeches


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Annelids

  • Class Polychaeta

    • marine worms

    • segmented

  • Class Clitellata

  • Subclass Oligochaeta

    • earthworms

    • segmented

  • Subclass Hirudinea

    • Leeches

    • segmented


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Characteristics

  • Segmentation (metameric body plan)

  • Eucoelomate

  • 15,000 species

  • Closed circulatory system, but no heart

  • Hydrostatic skeleton

  • Excretion- protonephridia, metanephridia, diffusion or gills

  • Simple gut

  • Respiration- diffusion or gills

  • Central nervous system- brain and nerve cord

  • Reproduction- asexual or sexual (many gonochoric)

  • Sensory system of tactile organs, taste buds, statocysts,photoreceptor cells, and eyes with lenses.


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Subclass Oligochaeta

  • Lack parapodia and have few setae

  • Lack the distinctive head region of polychaetes and have no eyes.

  • Scavengers that consume soil that contains organic matter

  • The ingested soil moves into a storage chamber called the crop, then to an area called the gizzard, where grinding action breaks down the soil particles. Undigested material passes out the anus in a form called castings, which are prized as soil fertilizer.


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Metamerism (segmentation)

  • Each segment is also known as a metamere

  • Each metamere has a parapodia with numerous setae

parapod

chaetae


Body cavities

gut

Body Cavities

Mesoderm

coelom

Eucoelomate- body cavity completely lined with mesoderm

Ectoderm

Endoderm


Hydrostatic skeleton

Hydrostatic Skeleton

EarthwormPhylum Annelida


Closed versus open circulatory systems

Closed Versus Open Circulatory Systems


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Closed Circulatory System


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  • Nervous System and Behavior

  • A mass of ganglia (neural masses) forms an anterior brain that is usually dorsal to thepharynx.

  • They have either a pair of ventral nerve cords(primitive) or a single ventral nerve cord that runsthe length of the body.

  • Each segment has a swelling of the nerve cord called a segmental ganglion.

  • Sensory receptors include: chemoreceptors, touchreceptors, photoreceptors, statocysts and vibration receptors.

  • Behaviors vary depending on class/life style.


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Oligochaete Nervous System


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Digestive System

Esophagus

Gizzard

Pharynx

Crop

Buccal cavity

Intestine

Mouth


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Reproductive System

Seminal

vesicle

Ovary

Testes

Egg funnel

and oviduct

Sperm duct

Seminal receptacle


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Oligochaete Reproduction


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Oligochaete Excretory System


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Subclass Hirudinea

  • Leeches

  • Most live in fresh bodies of water, but some live among moist vegetation.

  • Suckers found on both ends

  • Unlike other annelids, its segments are not separated internally

  • Leeches lack both setae and parapodia

  • Most are predators or scavengers. Very few are parasites.

  • They secrete anticoagulants, hirudin, to keep blood from clotting and anesthetic that prevents the host from feeling their presence.


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Subclass Hirudinea


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Hirudo medicinalis


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Class Polychaeta

  • Largest group of annelids

  • Primarily marine

  • Most segments include a pair of paddle–like parapodia

  • Well-developed head with eyes and other sensory structures


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Class Polychaeta

Subclass Sedentaria

  • Fan worms,

  • Christmas-tree worms

  • Spaghetti worms

  • Chaetopterus

  • lugworms

  • Subclass Errantia

  • Sand worms,

  • Scale worms

  • Fire worms

  • palolo worms


Featherduster worms

featherduster worms

Subclass Sedentaria


Lugworm

Lugworm

Subclass Sedentaria


Chaeopteris

Chaeopteris

Subclass Sedentaria


Spaghetti worm

Spaghetti worm

Lanice conchilega

  • Hawaii has 11 species

  • 5 are endemic

Subclass Sedentaria


Christmas tree worms

Christmas tree worms

Spirobranchus giganteus

Subclass Sedentaria


Scale worm

Scale worm

Subclass Errantia


Fire worm

Fire worm

Eurythoe complanata

Subclass Errantia


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The pharynx is everted by contraction of body wall muscles.


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Parapodia- movement and respiration


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Polychaete Trochophore Larvae


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Polychaete Larvae (setiger)


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