/ (ˈsɜːpjʊlɪd) /
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a marine polychaete worm of the family Serpulidae, which constructs and lives in a calcareous tube attached to stones or seaweed and has a crown of ciliated tentacles
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Word Origin for serpulid
C19: Latin, from serpula a little serpent
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