Bristle worm head, SEM

Bristle worm head, SEM

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Caption: Bristle worm head, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Bristle worms (polychaeta) are free-swimming marine annelids (segmented worms). They are covered in chitinous bristles (yellow) called chaetae, which are used for locomotion. Also seen are sensory tentacles (pink).

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