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Salvatoria clavata (Claparède 1863)

Salvatoria clavata is a species of segmented worms in the family Syllidae. They are surficial modifiers. Individuals can grow to 10 mm. They have parental care. Reproduction is iteroparous. They are swimmers.

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  • URI: http://polytraits.lifewatchgreece.eu/terms/MOB_SWIM
  • Definition: An organism that moves through the water column via movements of its fins, legs or appendages, via undulatory movements of the body or via jet propulsion; includes pelagic phases during reproduction (swarming at the surface)
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Known occurrences, collected specimens and observations of Salvatoria clavata (Claparède 1863). View this species on GBIF