Saturday, February 18, 2012

Larvae of different animals




Phylum
Organism
Larva
Porifera
Sycon
Amphiblastula 
Leucosolenia
Parenchymula (Stereogastrula)  
Higher sponges
Rhagon
Cnidaria
Aurelia (Jelly fish)
Ephyra (Ephyrula), Planula, Hydratuba
Obelia, Sea anemone
Planula
Anthozoa (E.g. Gemmaria)
Semper’s larva
Ctenophora

Cydipid larva
Platyhelminthes
Taenia (Tapeworm)
Bladder worm
(Cysticercus), Hexacanth, Oncosphere
Fasciola (Liver fluke)
Cercaria, Miracidium, Metacercaria, Redia, Sporocyst
Planocera (class Turbellaria)
Muller’s larva
Nemathelminthes
Ancylostoma (Hookworm)
Filariform
Wuchereria (Filarial worm)
Microfilariae
Ascaris (Round worm)
Juvenile, Rhabditiform
Annelida
Neries (sand worm)
Trochophore
Polygordius
Loven’s larva
Arthropoda
Squilla
Alima
Butterfly, Silk moth
Caterpillar (pupa is known as Chrysalis)
Lepas (Ship Barnacle)
Nauplius, Cypris
Hermit crab
Glaucothoe
Beetles and Honeybee
Grub
Housefly
Maggot
Crab
Megalopa &Zoea
Simplest crustacean larva
Nauplius
Rock Lobster
Phyllosoma
Lobsters
Schizopod or Mysis
Mosquitoes
Wriggler
Prawn
Nauplius, Metanauplius, Protozoea, zoea, Metazoea, Mysis
Sacculina
Nauplius, Cypris, Kentrogen stage, Sacculina interna, Sacculina externa
Limulus
Trilobite
Ticks and mites
Hexapod larva
Mayfly
Naiads
Mollusca
Unio (Water mussel)
Glochidium
Amphineura (E.g. Chiton), Scaphopoda (E.g. Dentalium) and Gastropoda
Trochophore (Trochosphere, Telotrocha or Teleotrocha)
Some gastropods
Veliger
Echinodermata
Holothuria (Sea cucumber)
Auricularia
Asterias (starfish)
Bipinnaria & Brachioloaria
Brittle star
Ophiopluteus
Echinus
Echinopluteus
Antedon
Doliolaria, Pentacrinus
Hemichordata
Balanoglossus
Tornaria
Chordata
Petromyzone (Lamprey)
Ammocete
Herdmania, Ascidia
Ascidian Tadpole
Amblystoma (Tiger salamander)
Axolotl
Frog, Amphiuma
Tadpole
Minor phylum Echiuroidea

Trochophore
Minor phylum Sipunculoidea

Trochophore
Minor phylum Bryozoa

Trochophore
Minor phylum Polyzoa

Trochophore
Minor phylum Ectoprocta
Bugula
Cyphonautes
Minor phylum Phoronida
Phoronis
Actinotrocha
Minor phylum Nemertina
Lineus
Pilidium larva
Mesozoa
Dicyamids
Infusoriform larva



1 comment:

  1. Larval forms of all phyla together. You can get almost all larval forms as a list in a pdf file. It will be helpful to Students and Teachers also. By Md. Alimul Islam from University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. List of Larval forms of different animals

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