International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies
2018, Vol. 5 Issue 6, Part B
The glandular canals present in some chaetognath species are coelomoducts: Phylogenetical implication
Roxane-M Barthélémy and Jean-Paul Casanova
The chaetognaths live in various marine habitats, mostly in plankton. Some species are provided with glandular canals, described herein; they are true coelomoducts. Their nature was already suspected but, curiously, this information was overlooked. Knowledge of this fact would have prevented numerous incorrect positioning of the phylum in the tree of life.
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Roxane-M Barthélémy and Jean-Paul Casanova. The glandular canals present in some chaetognath species are coelomoducts: Phylogenetical implication. Int. J. Fauna Biol. Stud. 2018;5(6):92-95.