Aplacophora is a class of small, deep-water, bottom dwelling, shell-less marine mollusks found in all oceans of the world. The class comprises 28 families and about 320 species. Aplacophorans are mostly less than 5 centimetres long, cylindrical and worm-like.
Class Aplacophora
Information from the Animal Diversity Web on these molluscs, their habitat, systematic and taxonomic history, physical description, reproduction and behavior.
The Taxonomy of the Aplacophora
Information on these deep-sea mollusks and their anatomy, with photographs of several species.
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