Sabellaria alveolata. See Honeycomb worms Sabellids, 2:46, 2:47
Sacculina carcini. See Root-like barnacles Sactosoma vitreum, 2:103 Sactosomatidae. See Sactosoma vitreum Sactosomatidea. See Sactosoma vitreum Salinity, 2:26
See also Habitats Salmon lice, 2:303, 2:309-310 Salt-and-pepper shrimps. See Sevenspine bay shrimps Salticidae, 2:37
Salticus scenicus. See Zebra spiders Sambonia spp., 2:318 Sambonidae, 2:318 Samoan crabs. See Mangrove crabs Sand crabs, 2:198 Sand fiddler crabs, 2:202, 2:210 Sand hoppers. See Beach hoppers Sand isopods, 2:253, 2:255, 2:256 Sand masons, 2:48, 2:50, 2:56 Sand shrimps. See Sevenspine bay shrimps Sand worms, 2:45-57, 2:48, 2:49 behavior, 2:46 conservation status, 2:47 distribution, 2:46 evolution, 2:45 feeding ecology, 2:46-47 habitats, 2:46 humans and, 2:47 physical characteristics, 2:45-46 reproduction, 2:47 species of, 2:50-56 taxonomy, 2:45 Sandfleas. See Beach hoppers Sanguivorous leeches. See Blood-feeding leeches Sarcomastigophora, 2:11 Scallops, 2:454
See also Bivalves; Queen scallops Scaphistostreptus seychellarum, 2:363 Scaphopoda. See Tusk shells Scavenging, 2:29
See also Feeding ecology Scenella spp., 2:387 Schizocoely, 2:3, 2:21, 2:35 Schizomida, 2:333 Schram, F. R., 2:161
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