This is simply an alphabetical list of all taxa for which trait information is available in the database. The bar on the right side indicates the information coverage for each taxon and trait. When hovering over the bar with the mouse cursor, a tooltip with the trait name is shown. Blue colour indicates that information is present for this trait.

Vermiliopsis striaticeps (Grube, 1862)
Body size (max)
Complex species
Depth zonation (benthos)
Depth zonation (pelagic)
Developmental mechanism
Egg size
Factors triggering reproduction
Fecundity
Feeding type
Fertilization type
Age at first reproduction
Habitat type
Habitat type of settlement/ early development
Intra- and interspecific competition
Juvenile mobility
Larval development
Larval feeding type
Larval mode of development
Lifespan
Location of parental care
Tube/ burrow material
Metamorphosis type
Migrations of adult
Mobility of adult
Mode of reproduction
Parental care/ Brood protection
Pattern of oogenesis
Population sex ratio
Predated by
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Reproduction temperature
Resorption of eggs
Ecosystem engineering
Substrate type of settlement
Sexual metamorphosis
Sociability
Spawning frequency of the population
Sperm type
Survival salinity
Survival temperature
Epitoky
Synchronization of spawning
Tolerance (AMBI index)
Typically feeds on
Physiographic feature
Substrate type
Feeding structure
Environmental position
Vermilliopsis langerhansi Fauvel, 1909 (objective synonym of Bathyvermilia langerhansi)
Body size (max)
Complex species
Depth zonation (benthos)
Depth zonation (pelagic)
Developmental mechanism
Egg size
Factors triggering reproduction
Fecundity
Feeding type
Fertilization type
Age at first reproduction
Habitat type
Habitat type of settlement/ early development
Intra- and interspecific competition
Juvenile mobility
Larval development
Larval feeding type
Larval mode of development
Lifespan
Location of parental care
Tube/ burrow material
Metamorphosis type
Migrations of adult
Mobility of adult
Mode of reproduction
Parental care/ Brood protection
Pattern of oogenesis
Population sex ratio
Predated by
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Reproduction temperature
Resorption of eggs
Ecosystem engineering
Substrate type of settlement
Sexual metamorphosis
Sociability
Spawning frequency of the population
Sperm type
Survival salinity
Survival temperature
Epitoky
Synchronization of spawning
Tolerance (AMBI index)
Typically feeds on
Physiographic feature
Substrate type
Feeding structure
Environmental position
Virchowia Langerhans, 1879
Body size (max)
Complex species
Depth zonation (benthos)
Depth zonation (pelagic)
Developmental mechanism
Egg size
Factors triggering reproduction
Fecundity
Feeding type
Fertilization type
Age at first reproduction
Habitat type
Habitat type of settlement/ early development
Intra- and interspecific competition
Juvenile mobility
Larval development
Larval feeding type
Larval mode of development
Lifespan
Location of parental care
Tube/ burrow material
Metamorphosis type
Migrations of adult
Mobility of adult
Mode of reproduction
Parental care/ Brood protection
Pattern of oogenesis
Population sex ratio
Predated by
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Reproduction temperature
Resorption of eggs
Ecosystem engineering
Substrate type of settlement
Sexual metamorphosis
Sociability
Spawning frequency of the population
Sperm type
Survival salinity
Survival temperature
Epitoky
Synchronization of spawning
Tolerance (AMBI index)
Typically feeds on
Physiographic feature
Substrate type
Feeding structure
Environmental position
Virchowia clavata Langerhans, 1879
Body size (max)
Complex species
Depth zonation (benthos)
Depth zonation (pelagic)
Developmental mechanism
Egg size
Factors triggering reproduction
Fecundity
Feeding type
Fertilization type
Age at first reproduction
Habitat type
Habitat type of settlement/ early development
Intra- and interspecific competition
Juvenile mobility
Larval development
Larval feeding type
Larval mode of development
Lifespan
Location of parental care
Tube/ burrow material
Metamorphosis type
Migrations of adult
Mobility of adult
Mode of reproduction
Parental care/ Brood protection
Pattern of oogenesis
Population sex ratio
Predated by
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Reproduction temperature
Resorption of eggs
Ecosystem engineering
Substrate type of settlement
Sexual metamorphosis
Sociability
Spawning frequency of the population
Sperm type
Survival salinity
Survival temperature
Epitoky
Synchronization of spawning
Tolerance (AMBI index)
Typically feeds on
Physiographic feature
Substrate type
Feeding structure
Environmental position
Xenosyllis Marion & Bobretzky, 1875
Body size (max)
Complex species
Depth zonation (benthos)
Depth zonation (pelagic)
Developmental mechanism
Egg size
Factors triggering reproduction
Fecundity
Feeding type
Fertilization type
Age at first reproduction
Habitat type
Habitat type of settlement/ early development
Intra- and interspecific competition
Juvenile mobility
Larval development
Larval feeding type
Larval mode of development
Lifespan
Location of parental care
Tube/ burrow material
Metamorphosis type
Migrations of adult
Mobility of adult
Mode of reproduction
Parental care/ Brood protection
Pattern of oogenesis
Population sex ratio
Predated by
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Reproduction temperature
Resorption of eggs
Ecosystem engineering
Substrate type of settlement
Sexual metamorphosis
Sociability
Spawning frequency of the population
Sperm type
Survival salinity
Survival temperature
Epitoky
Synchronization of spawning
Tolerance (AMBI index)
Typically feeds on
Physiographic feature
Substrate type
Feeding structure
Environmental position
Xenosyllis scabra (Ehlers, 1864)
Body size (max)
Complex species
Depth zonation (benthos)
Depth zonation (pelagic)
Developmental mechanism
Egg size
Factors triggering reproduction
Fecundity
Feeding type
Fertilization type
Age at first reproduction
Habitat type
Habitat type of settlement/ early development
Intra- and interspecific competition
Juvenile mobility
Larval development
Larval feeding type
Larval mode of development
Lifespan
Location of parental care
Tube/ burrow material
Metamorphosis type
Migrations of adult
Mobility of adult
Mode of reproduction
Parental care/ Brood protection
Pattern of oogenesis
Population sex ratio
Predated by
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Reproduction temperature
Resorption of eggs
Ecosystem engineering
Substrate type of settlement
Sexual metamorphosis
Sociability
Spawning frequency of the population
Sperm type
Survival salinity
Survival temperature
Epitoky
Synchronization of spawning
Tolerance (AMBI index)
Typically feeds on
Physiographic feature
Substrate type
Feeding structure
Environmental position
Zygolobus grubianus Clapar├Ęde, 1864 (subjective synonym of Lumbrineris latreilli according to http://www.marinespecies.org )
Body size (max)
Complex species
Depth zonation (benthos)
Depth zonation (pelagic)
Developmental mechanism
Egg size
Factors triggering reproduction
Fecundity
Feeding type
Fertilization type
Age at first reproduction
Habitat type
Habitat type of settlement/ early development
Intra- and interspecific competition
Juvenile mobility
Larval development
Larval feeding type
Larval mode of development
Lifespan
Location of parental care
Tube/ burrow material
Metamorphosis type
Migrations of adult
Mobility of adult
Mode of reproduction
Parental care/ Brood protection
Pattern of oogenesis
Population sex ratio
Predated by
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Reproduction temperature
Resorption of eggs
Ecosystem engineering
Substrate type of settlement
Sexual metamorphosis
Sociability
Spawning frequency of the population
Sperm type
Survival salinity
Survival temperature
Epitoky
Synchronization of spawning
Tolerance (AMBI index)
Typically feeds on
Physiographic feature
Substrate type
Feeding structure
Environmental position
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