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  • Traits:Turbinate  + (Whorled (Brusca, 1980).)
  • Traits:Cylindrical  + (With straight sides and a circular section (Thompson, 1995).)
  • Traits:VermiformAnnulated  + (Worm like but lacking true segments although annuli may be present, e.g. roundworms (Nematoda) and ribbon worms (Nemertea).)
  • Traits:Vermiform  + (Worm-like)
  • Traits:VermiformUnsegmented  + (Worm-like where the external surface is divided into a chain of rings or 'annuli' by furrows giving the appearance of segments (Barnes ''et al.'', 1993).)
  • Traits:VermiformSegmented  + (Worm-like with the body divided into semi-independent, serially repeated units (Barnes et al., 1993) e.g. Annelida.)
  • Traits:Ephyra  + (Young, free-swimming medusa stage typically developing from attached scyphistoma or occasionally direct from a planula. Umbrella typically composed of eight, bifurcated arms (Stachowitsch, 1992).)
  • Traits:Trapezoid  + (a convex quadrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides is referred to as a trapezoid in American and Canadian English but as a trapezium in English)
  • Traits:Aragonite  + (a crystalline form of calcium carbonate, e.g. one of the constituents of mollusc shells.)
  • Traits:AmorphousCaCO3  + (calcium carbonate that lacks a crystalline structure, or whose internal is so irregular that there is no characteristic external form. The term does not preclude the existence of any degree of order (Derived from Neuendorf et al. 2005))
  • Traits:NonSolidCement  + (component that keeps the agglutinated particles of the non-massive skeleton together.)
  • Traits:Chitinous  + (composed of chitin, a long-chain polymer of N-acetylglucosamine. It is the chief polysaccharide in fungal cell walls and in the exoskeleton of arthropods (derived form Lawrence, 2005).)
  • Traits:Keratinous  + (composed of keratin, a fibrous protein rich cysteine constituent of intermediate filaments (keratin filaments), chief material in horn, hair, nails and the upper layer of skin (derived from Lawrence, 2005).)
  • Traits:Phosphatic  + (composed of phosphoric acid or phosphates.)
  • Traits:Siliceous  + (composed of silicon based spines, spicules or lattice, e.g. siliceous or glass sponges)
  • Traits:Sponginous  + (composed of spongin, fibrous protein component of the horny sponges (derived from Lawrence, 2005).)
  • Traits:Cruising  + (copepod / zooplankton specific??)
  • Traits:Calcite  + (crystalline form of calcium carbonate, e. g. one of the constituents of mollusc shells and the skeletons of calcareous sponges.)
  • Traits:Ctenidia  + (e.g bivalve molluscs)
  • Traits:Clawed  + (e.g. Mammals)
  • Traits:Beak  + (e.g. birds / cephalopods)
  • Traits:Gorgonin  + (fibrous protein in the mesoglea of sea fans (gorgonians) which forms the stiff skeleton of the colony.)
  • Traits:EggSac  + (for example the egg sacs of copepods - carried by adult)
  • Traits:Endoskeleton  + (internal structure that supports the body of an organism)
  • Traits:LifeSpan  + (life span/longevity, recorded in days, months, years.)
  • Traits:Solid  + (massive structure, e.i. not consisting of loose agglutinated particles.)
  • Traits:Variable  + (mixed and variable material)
  • Traits:Dipping  + (seabird specific?)
  • Traits:DrivingFishForward  + (seabird, cetaceans?)
  • Traits:Pattering  + (seabirds/wader)
  • Traits:Probing  + (seabirds/wader)
  • Traits:Skimming  + (seabirds/wader)
  • Traits:GroundForaging  + (seabirds?)
  • Traits:NonSolidParticlesComp  + (small and individual structural elements that function as supporting structure/enclosure, e.g. spicules in sponges.)
  • Traits:CephalicSpines  + (specialist - chaetognaths)
  • Traits:Rasping  + (specialist - rasping radulla of grazing molluscs)
  • Traits:Captacula  + (specialist - scaphopods)
  • Traits:Introvert  + (specialist - sipunculans)
  • Traits:VentralBuccalOrgan  + (variable set of folds, musculature and glavariable set of folds, musculature and glands, present on the ventral side of many polychaetes, is usually referred to as a ventral proboscis and is the most common form in Polychaetes. The ventral proboscis may be a simple eversible muscular pad, the outer end of these pharynges may be frilled and densely ciliated. Other species have the lateral walls of the proboscis folded and broadly connected ventrally to a deep buccal organ, others have a ventral proboscis also present.ers have a ventral proboscis also present.)