This is simply an alphabetical list of all taxa for which trait information is available in the database. The bar on the right side indicates the information coverage for each taxon and trait. When hovering over the bar with the mouse cursor, a tooltip with the trait name is shown. Blue colour indicates that information is present for this trait.

Abra Lamarck, 1818
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Abra segmentum (R├ęcluz, 1843)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Acanthocardia tuberculata (Linnaeus, 1758)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Actiniaria Hertwig, 1882
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Agelas oroides (Schmidt, 1864)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Alosa immaculata Bennett, 1835
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Alvania cimex (Linnaeus, 1758)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Ampelisca diadema (Costa, 1853)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Amphicteis gunneri (M. Sars, 1835)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Amphiroa rigida J.V.Lamouroux, 1816
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Amphiura chiajei Forbes, 1843
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Anadara kagoshimensis (Tokunaga, 1906)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Anadyomene stellata (Wulfen) C.Agardh, 1823
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Anthias anthias (Linnaeus, 1758)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Aplysia fasciata Poiret, 1789
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Aplysina aerophoba (Nardo, 1833)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Aplysina cavernicola (Vacelet, 1959)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Arca noae Linnaeus, 1758
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Aricidea (Acmira) lopezi Berkeley & Berkeley, 1956
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Aurelia Lamarck, 1816
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Axinella damicornis (Esper, 1794)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Axinella polypoides Schmidt, 1862
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Axinella verrucosa (Esper, 1794)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Bathyporeia guilliamsoniana (Spence Bate, 1857)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Bothus podas (Delaroche, 1809)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Brachidontes pharaonis (P. Fischer, 1870)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Calpensia nobilis (Esper, 1796)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Calyx nicaeensis (Risso, 1826)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Capitella minima Langerhans, 1880
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)
Capitomastus minimus (Langerhans, 1881) (objective synonym of Capitella minima)
Body Size
Body Form
Fragility
Sociability
Weight
Longevity/Life Span
Larval development
Fertilisation type
Mobility of adult
Ecosystem engineering/Bioturbation
Environmental position
Feeding Mode
Habitat Type
Zonation
Substrate Type
Skeleton
Tolerance
Developmental mechanism
Strength of adherence
Age at first reproduction
Fecundity
Mode of reproduction
Reproduction strategy of the individual
Synchronization of spawning
Migrations of adult
Metamorphosis type
Juvenile mobility
Parental care / Brood protection
Reproduction / Spawning frequency of the population
Predated by
Habitat Type of settlement / early development
Ecosystem engineering (as defined in Berke 2010)