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3.modified polychaete setae that look like legs
4.blood sucking annelid
8.the bodies of annelids are broken up into _______________
12.a dormant stage in the life cycle of some parasites
13.nerve center and sensory organs located at one end of the body
15.lives inside the host
17.disease caused by blood flukes
19.long, flat parasitic worm that attaches to
20.externael hair like structures that help annelids move
21.segements of annelids are called ____________
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1.parasitic roundworm living in the intestines of people, pigs, horses
2.flatworms
3.ocean dwelling annelid with setae modified into paddle-like structures
5.a parasite may use several different __________ throughout its life cycle.
6.most members of class trematoda are _____________________
7.flatworm with light sensitive eyespots, can reproduce by fragmentation
9.lives on the outside of its host
10.slender round worms with not segmentation. including hookworms
11.earthworms and polychaetes are _____________`
14.annelid with no parapodia, lives in soil feeding on organic matter
16.type of worm livng in the soil, burrows into hosts feet when stepped on
18.humans can get tapeworms by eating tainted _________

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