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  • Traits:MullersLarva  + (Definition specific to Platyhelminthes)
  • Traits:GoettesLarva  + (Definition specific to Platyhelminthes)
  • Traits:Nectochaeta  + (Definition specific to Polychaeta)
  • Traits:Mitraria  + (Definition specific to Polychaeta)
  • Traits:Amphiblastula  + (Definition specific to Porifera)
  • Traits:Parenchymella  + (Definition specific to Porifera)
  • Traits:Ephyra  + (Definition specific to Scyphozoa)
  • Traits:Pelagosphaera  + (Definition specific to Sipunculida)
  • Traits:AscidianTadpole  + (Definition specific to ascidians)
  • Traits:Protozoea  + (Definition specific to decapod Crustacea)
  • Traits:Zoea  + (Definition specific to decapod Crustacea)
  • Traits:Protonymphon  + (Definition specific to pycnogonids)
  • Traits:Glochidium  + (Definition specific to species of freshwater mussels of the families Unionidae and Margaritiferidae.)
  • Traits:SubstratumHabitat  + (Definitions require input from EMODNET Habitats to ensure consistency.)
  • Traits:Megalopa  + (Definiton specific to decapod Crustacea)
  • Traits:Metanauplius  + (Definiton specific to decapod Crustacea)
  • Traits:Hard  + (Hard substratum is divided into immobile hard (e.g. bedrock) and mobile hard (e.g. pebbles) that can be moved by strong wave action)
  • Traits:ReproductiveType  + (Hierarchy requires input. At present, the Hierarchy requires input. At present, the asexual and sexual reproductive split in the hierarchy is based on the presence or absence of meiosis. It does not represent the distinction between true sexual reproduction that involves both random association of alleles and gametes, and other forms of mictic and amictic reproduction. forms of mictic and amictic reproduction.)
  • Traits:Gorgonin  + (Lawrence, E. (ed.) (2005) Henderson's dictionary of Biology (13th edition). London, United Kingdom: Pearson Education Limited.)
  • Traits:Mud  + (Long D., (2006). BGS detailed explanation of seabed sediment modified Folk classification. http://www.emodnet-seabedhabitats.eu/PDF/BGS%20detailed%20explanation%20of%20seabed%20sediment%20modified%20folk%20classification.pdf)
  • Traits:Fertilization  + (Note ''in stricto'' this term relates to tNote ''in stricto'' this term relates to the physical location in which the gametes meet and fuse (or inseminate). It does not assume that the gametic nuclei subsequently fuse, or that one of the haploid components is lost/deactivated. The split between 'external' and 'internal' fertilization requires specialist input.' fertilization requires specialist input.)
  • Traits:AlternationOfGenerations  + (Note -Alternation of generations is kept separate from 'asexual' and 'sexual' reproduction because it describes a specific reproductive type in which asexual and sexual phases occur in a defined cycle, separated by an environmental trigger.)
  • Traits:AutomicticParthenogenesis  + (Note that insemination can be needed to stimulate oocyte maturation or further development of the eggs but that insemination is not the same as fertilization)
  • Traits:Bipinnaria  + (Specific to Asteroidea)
  • Traits:Brachioloaria  + (Specific to Asteroidea.)