Top 10 similar words or synonyms for triclads

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for triclads

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Dimarcusidae Historically, species of Dimarcusidae have been classified as members of the suborders Maricola (marine triclads) or Paludicola (freshwater triclads). They received their own suborder, Cavernicola, in 1990, although their relationship to other triclads had not been settled. Recent molecular studies, however, suggest that Cavernicola is the sister group of Maricola, thus being more closely related to marine than to freshwater triclads.
Uteriporinae Uteriporinae is a sub family of Maricola triclads.
Ectoplaninae Uteriporidae is a sub family of Maricola triclads.
Planarian Triclads play an important role in watercourse ecosystems and are often very important as bio-indicators.
Planarioidea Planarioidea is a superfamily of freshwater triclads that comprises the families Dendrocoelidae, Kenkiidae and Planariidae.
Tricladida The triclads are characterized by triply branched intestine and anteriorly situated ovaries, next to the brain.
Continenticola Continenticola is a clade that includes the land planarians (Geoplanidae) and the freshwater triclads (Dendrocoelidae, Dugesiidae, Kenkiidae and Planariidae).
Geoplanoidea Geoplanoidea is a superfamily of freshwater and land triclads that comprises the species of the Geoplanidae and the Dugesiidae families.
Maricola Maricola is a suborder of triclads that include species that mainly inhabits salt water environments. However, some species are also known from freshwater or brackish waters.
Tricladida The number of eyes in the triclads is variable depending on the species. While many species have two eyes (e.g. "Dugesia" or "Microplana"), others have many more distributed along the body (e.g. most Geoplaninae). Sometimes, those species with two eyes may present smaller accessory or supernumerary eyes. The subterranean triclads are often eyeless or blind.