One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A marine annelid worm which has a segmented body with numerous bristles on the fleshy lobes of each segment.
Class Polychaeta: numerous species, including ragworms, lugworms, fan worms, and their relativesAlso called polychaete
- ‘Great acres of tubeworms surround that peculiar lake, slow white crabs, shrimp, and waving bristle worms.’
- ‘Other prey, such as bristle worms, razor shells and tellins are also taken when available.’
- ‘Early findings include new species of jellyfish and bristle worms.’
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