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Waddycephalus spp., 2:318, 2:320 Wade, Christopher M., 2:411 Waptia fieldensis, 2:11 Wasps, 2:22, 2:23, 2:38 Water bears, 2:14, 2:115-123, 2:119 behavior, 2:117 conservation status, 2:118 distribution, 2:116 evolution, 2:115 feeding ecology, 2:117 habitats, 2:116-117 humans and, 2:118 physical characteristics, 2:115-116 reproduction, 2:23, 2:117-118 species of, 2:120-122 taxonomy, 2:115 Water fleas, 2:153-159, 2:156 behavior, 2:153-154 conservation status, 2:155 evolution, 2:153 feeding ecology, 2:154 habitats, 2:153 humans and, 2:155 physical characteristics, 2:153 reproduction, 2:154

species of, 2:157-158 taxonomy, 2:153 Water lice, 2:253, 2:255-256 Water quality, 2:43

See also Conservation status Watering pot shells, 2:456, 2:458, 2:460 Watson, John B., 2:35 Web-spinning spiders, 2:25 Weenie worms. See Green bonellias Whale fleas. See Gray whale lice; Sperm whale lice Wheel snails, 2:412 White, E. B., 2:41 Williamson, D. I., 2:195 Wingstrandarctus spp., 2:117 Wiwaxia spp., 2:45 Wolf spiders, 2:37 Wolfsnails, rosy. See Rosy wolfsnails Woodlice, 2:249-260, 2:253 behavior, 2:250-251 conservation status, 2:252 distribution, 2:250 evolution, 2:249 feeding ecology, 2:251-252 habitats, 2:250 humans and, 2:252 physical characteristics, 2:249-250 reproduction, 2:252 species of, 2:254-260 taxonomy, 2:249 Worms beard, 2:85-89 clam, 2:25, 2:45-57 cold seep, 2:91-95

earth, 2:65-74

hydrothermal vent, 2:91-95

tapeworms, 2:28

tiger flatworms, 2:23

tongue, 2:317-320

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