Larva from the peanut worm, Nephasoma pellucidum
Worms from the phylum Sipuncula, commonly known as peanut worms, live in marine habitats and use small tentacles to gather organic debris from the water. First described in 1827 by a French zoologist, a related species was later identified by famed invertebrate zoologist E. Ray Lankester. Lankester dissected the new species between rounds of golf in Scotland. In celebration of his golfing holiday, he decided to name the species Golfingia vulgaris, which was later sorted into the Sipuncula phylum.
Image by Dr. Michael Boyle, Smithsonian Institution.