rhamphotheca: “ Pseudobiceros hancockanus … is a species of hermaphroditic marine flatworm in the family Pseudocerotidae. Pseudobiceros hancockanus lives in warm seas, sometimes on coral reefs, other times among coral fragments or stones, in the.
Polyclad flatworms are free-living marine PLATYHELMINTHES, an animal phylum which also includes tapeworms, liver-flukes and other internal parasites. They are not related to sea slugs or other molluscs.
A flatworm has a very simple nervous system with two nerve cords running down either side. It has two simple brains called ganglia, which are simple bundles of nerves. It has two eyespots that help it sense light.