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Actinotroch larva

01:08Most phoronids have indirect development, with the formation of a planktotrophic larva called actinotroch. Actinotroch larvae spend weeks in the water column before settling in the habitat of the adult, which includes both consolidated and unconsolidated substrates, depending on the species.
Alvaro E. Migotto
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Taxa: Phoronida
Experts: Alvaro E. Migotto
Date: June 30, 2005, 11:47 a.m.
Place: Canal de São Sebastião, São Sebastião, SP, Brazil
Alvaro E. Migotto. Actinotroch larva. Cifonauta image database. Available at: http://cifonauta.cebimar.usp.br/media/12720/ Accessed: 2019-12-15.
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