The Kinorhynchians ("moveable-snouts") are a group of small, marine invertebrates typically less than 1 mm in length and are commonly known as mud dragons. There are about 150 recorded species, found on the sea bottom in habitats ranging from the intertidal zone to the deep ocean.

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Kinorhyncha
Anatomical diagrams.
Kinorhyncha
Illustration and information from the Tree of Life Web Project.
Phylum Kinorhyncha
Description of this invertebrate phylum.
Wikipedia: Kinorhyncha
Encyclopedia article on these marine invertebrates including their anatomy, classification and taxonomy.
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