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- Scientists Discover First New Horseshoe Worm In Over 60 Years
redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online A team of Japanese researchers has identified a new species of horseshoe worm, making it the 11th member of the phylum Phoronida and the first to be discovered in more than six decades. Horseshoe worms are worm-like invertebrates that live in the water and typically make their homes in rocks, bivalve shells and other hard and soft substrates ...
April 6, 2014 - redOrbit