[ sɪpˈʌnkjʊlə], [ sɪpˈʌnkjʊlə], [ s_ɪ_p_ˈʌ_n_k_j_ʊ_l_ə]
Related words: Sipuncula, Sipuncula worm, Sipuncula facts, Sipuncula animals, Sipuncula biology, Sipuncula invertebrates, sipuncula types
How to use "Sipuncula" in context?
Sipuncula, or sipuncula sipunculiformes, are a phylum of cnidarians, or the group of organisms including corals, anemones, hydrozoans, and jellyfish. They are typically small and shrimp-like organisms, with a head, a long, whip-like body, and a single, characteristic tentacle. They are ubiquitous in coastal and marine environments, feeding on plankton and other small organisms.
The sipuncula phylum has a long evolutionary history, going back to the early Cambrian period.
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