sabelidítidos

English translation: Sabellidae

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Spanish term or phrase:sabelidítidos
English translation:Sabellidae
Entered by: Justin Peterson

16:19 Jul 3, 2018
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Science - Geology
Spanish term or phrase: sabelidítidos
"Esos sedimentos comenzaron a plegarse y emergieron por las fuerzas de compresión causantes de la orogenia Cadomiense. Los ambientes marinos colonizados por seres más complejos, eran cada vez menos profundos. Sobre una plataforma con carbonatos, comenzaban a verse
los primeros animales con esqueleto, como Cloudina; orgánicos, como sabelidítidos; y algas como los vendoténidos."
Justin Peterson
Spain
Local time: 18:23
Sabellidae
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Sabellidae are a family of sedentary marine polychaete tube worms in which the head is mostly concealed by feathery branchiae. Sabellids build tubes out of a tough, parchment-like exudate, strengthened with sand and bits of shell. Wikipedia

Sabellidae (feather duster worms) are a family of sedentary marine polychaete tube worms in which the head is mostly concealed by feathery branchiae. Sabellids build tubes out of a tough, parchment-like exudate, strengthened with sand and bits of shell. Unlike the other sabellids, the genus Glomerula secretes a tube of calcium carbonate instead. Sabellidae tend to be common in the intertidal zones around the world, their oldest fossils are known from the Early Jurassic.[1][2]

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Extremadura es un lugar privilegiado para el estudio de estas dos últimas etapas de la evolución de la vida. Los fósiles más antiguos de la península los podemos encontrar en las rocas que se originaron en el fondo del océano que la cubría hace 580 Ma: formas unicelulares (cubiertas orgánicas de bacterias) han sido descritas en varios yacimientos. También se han encontrado fósiles de organismos pluricelulares de cuerpo blando denominados vendoténidos y sabelidítidos.
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Marie Wilson
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Local time: 18:23
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Sabellidae


Explanation:
This seems likely:
Sabellidae are a family of sedentary marine polychaete tube worms in which the head is mostly concealed by feathery branchiae. Sabellids build tubes out of a tough, parchment-like exudate, strengthened with sand and bits of shell. Wikipedia

Sabellidae (feather duster worms) are a family of sedentary marine polychaete tube worms in which the head is mostly concealed by feathery branchiae. Sabellids build tubes out of a tough, parchment-like exudate, strengthened with sand and bits of shell. Unlike the other sabellids, the genus Glomerula secretes a tube of calcium carbonate instead. Sabellidae tend to be common in the intertidal zones around the world, their oldest fossils are known from the Early Jurassic.[1][2]

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Note added at 1 hr (2018-07-03 17:51:14 GMT)
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Extremadura es un lugar privilegiado para el estudio de estas dos últimas etapas de la evolución de la vida. Los fósiles más antiguos de la península los podemos encontrar en las rocas que se originaron en el fondo del océano que la cubría hace 580 Ma: formas unicelulares (cubiertas orgánicas de bacterias) han sido descritas en varios yacimientos. También se han encontrado fósiles de organismos pluricelulares de cuerpo blando denominados vendoténidos y sabelidítidos.
https://docplayer.es/47013494-Recalentar-la-carne-puede-ser-...

Marie Wilson
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agree  Cornelius Gillen
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