a fan of feathery tentacles that sticks out of the tube while the
segmented body remains hidden.
many other kinds of segmented worms also live in tubes. Some may have
a few tentacles on their heads.
build soft tubes. They have a ring of long fleshy tentacles.
be found on coral rubble and even among living hard corals.
often found in sand bars and sandy shores.
often found in soft silty sand as well as sandy areas near seagrasses.
to Phylum Annelida, Class Polychaeta and most of those we see on the
shores belong to Family Sabellidae.
belong to many different groups. Most of those we see on the shores
are bristleworms that
belong to Phylum Annelida, Class Polychaeta.
related to anemones and hard corals. They belong to Phylum Cnidaria,