Difference between revisions of "Polychaeta"

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|definition=The largest and very [[diverse]] [[class]] of the Phylum [[Annelida]]; commony called bristle worms, widely distributed throughout the [[marine]] [[environment]].
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Revision as of 23:30, 13 September 2013

Polychaeta also polychaetes (noun, plural; Greek polys, many; chaite, hair): The largest and very diverse class of the Phylum Annelida; commony called bristle worms, widely distributed throughout the marine environment.