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  • noun Plural form of naidid.

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Examples

  • That species, Paranais litoralis, is part of an ancient family of worms called naidids that settle in the soft sediments alongside streams and ponds.

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  • That species, Paranais litoralis, is part of an ancient family of worms called naidids that settle in the soft sediments alongside streams and ponds.

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  • Some worms, such as the naidids, use a variation on their regenerative technique to make a second version of themselves as well.

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  • Many naidids live in the sediment, but other species live among aquatic plants.

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  • Many naidids live in the sediment, but other species live among aquatic plants.

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