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Dendrobaena octaedra is a species of segmented worms in the family earthworms. It is native to Moldova, Russia, Iceland, Asia, Slovakia, Norway, Switzerland, Macedonia, Ukraine, Faroe Islands, the Netherlands, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Hungary, Croatia, United Kingdom, Spain, Estonia, Italy, Czech Republic, Slovenia, France, Yugoslavia, Europe, Belarus, Portugal, Lithuania, Sweden, Bulgaria, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Ireland, Romania, Poland, Latvia, and Finland. It is a non-selective deposit feeder.

  • URI: http://polytraits.lifewatchgreece.eu/terms/FEED_NSD
  • Definition: An organism that feeds on mud or sand and shows little discrimination in the size or type of particles eaten. The sediment is ingested and any digestible organic material is assimilated as it passes through the alimentary canal.
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Known occurrences, collected specimens and observations of <i>Dendrobaena octaedra</i> (Savigny 1826)