<p><strong>Fig. 3.43.</strong>&nbsp;(<strong>C</strong>) A paddleworm (<em>Phyllodoce rosea</em>) is an example of a motile or “errant” polychaete because its adult form uses muscles to move from location to location.</p>

Fig. 3.43. (C) A paddleworm (Phyllodoce rosea) is an example of a motile or “errant” polychaete because its adult form uses muscles to move from location to location.

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