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The subtidal soft bottoms, along with many other habitats, are home to some of
the marine worms. Unlike their terrestrial cousins, marine worms can be brightly
colored and many have delicate, graceful bodies. Although the ocean supports ...
For each polychaete on page 38, explain whether the worm is part of the infauna
or epifauna. What is it about each animal that leads you to your conclusion?
Polychaetes exhibit one of three feeding strategies. The first is suspension
The tide pools also support rich populations of worms. Like those shown below,
many build tubes for support while others burrow into the sand at the base of the
pools and use long feeding tentacles to gather food. Tube worm cases Why ...
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