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Schuchert, P.
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Hydroid colonial on Gastropoda, adult medusa unknown [details]

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The gonophores can be released as free swimming medusoids (unpublished observations P. Schuchert). [details]

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Likely a synonym of Nemopsis bachei. The species is insufficiently described. [details]

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Unrecognisable species, based on a juvenile colony [details]

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Mitrocomidae medusa with 4 long radial canals, each radial canal curved sharply near circular canal and running ... [details]

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Aequoreidae medusae with numerous, unbranched radial canals; subumbrella without rows of gelatinous ... [details]

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Calycophorae in which both anterior and posterior nectophores possess a somatocyst. The nectophores are ... [details]

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Campanulariidae with free medusa stage. Hydroid generation forming unbranched stoloniferus or branched upright ... [details]

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Hydrozoa without polyp stage or only very reduced and modified polyp stage. Meduse with bell composed of a ... [details]

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Laodiceidae medusae with large, prismatic manubrium, 4 radial canals connected to stomach via a large, ... [details]

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Long-stemmed Physonectae, the whole stem (nectosome and siphosome) twisted into a spiral, nectophores thus ... [details]

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Medusa manubrium with narrow base; three, four or more radial canals, radial canals either branched or if not so ... [details]

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Medusa with eight simple radial canals; eight normal marginal tentacles and16-32 short, club-shaped tentaculae, ... [details]

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Medusa with very short manubrium on large gastric peduncle; mouth with 8-30 sinuous or crenulated folds; eight or ... [details]

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Australomedusidae medusae with cruciform manubrium, 4 simple lips, no oral tentacles; 8 radial canals; 8 groups of ... [details]

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Australomedusidae medusae with cruciform manubrium with 4 simple lips; 4 radial canals; 4 groups of marginal ... [details]

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Body composed a tubular manubrium with a terminal mouth, on aboral end a small cone separated from manubrium by a ... [details]

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Calycophorae which develop a temporary larval bract before the larval nectophore, the latter is retained in the ... [details]

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Calycophorae with a single spherical nectophore of larval origin. [details]

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Calycophorae with biserial arrangement of up to sixteen or more flattened definitive nectophores in varying stages ... [details]

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Calycophorae with relatively large and usually rounded nectophores, containing large quantities of mesogloea; the ... [details]

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Calycophorae with usually two dissimilar, streamlined definitive nectophores arranged serially; the anterior ... [details]

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Cystonectae with a horizontal pneumatophore.  [details]

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Cystonectae with an apical, vertical pneumatophore. [details]

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Hydroid colonial, stolonal, growing on an underlying sheet of perisarc; hydrothecae sessile or shortly pedicellate, ... [details]

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Hydroid colonies erect, branched or not, stems mono- or polysiphonic; hydrothecae always uniseriate, sessile, and ... [details]

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Hydroid colony sometimes stolonal, but mostly with erect branched stem, arising from a creeping hydrorhiza; stem, ... [details]

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Hydroid colony stolonal, living on bivalve shells; hydrorhiza creeping reticulated or incrusting or both ... [details]

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Hydroid colony stolonal or erect branched, hydrotheca campanulate with smooth margin, pedicel present; hydrothecal ... [details]

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Hydroid colony stolonal or erect, arising from creeping hydrorhiza; hydrotheca tubular to campanulate, radially or ... [details]

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Hydroid colony usually erect and branching, rarely stolonal, arising from a creeping hydrorhiza; hydrotheca sessile ... [details]

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Hydroid small, simple, mostly solitary, some forming colonies; sessile; with or without tentacles; without theca but ... [details]

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Medusa 1-30 mm, with or without centripetal canals; internal epi-gastrodermal statocysts; unbranched radial ... [details]

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Medusa bell hemispherical to higher than broad, margin not lobed, with ring of thickened tissue studded with ... [details]

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Medusa manubrium short; no gastric peduncle; no excretory pores; four simple radial canals; marginal tentacles ... [details]

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Medusa manubrium small, usually on rather well differentiated gastric peduncle; 4-6 simple radial canals running ... [details]

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Medusa phase reduced, microscopic, creeping within the interstices of coarse sand sediments; umbrella margin with ... [details]

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Medusa up to 30 mm wide, umbrella nearly hemispherical, middle portion fairly thick. Velum narrow. Peduncle broad, ... [details]

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Medusa with broad manubrium base; eight simple or bifurcated radial canals; marginal tentacles hollow; no cirri, no ... [details]

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Medusa with marginal cordyli, cordyli with or without nematocysts; with or without marginal cirri; with four or ... [details]

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Medusa with simple mouth lips; four or exceptionally eight simple radial canals; perradial tentacles grouped into ... [details]

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Medusa with small manubrium; no gastric peduncle; four to eight, sometimes up to 12 radial canals; gonads completely ... [details]

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Medusa with small manubrium; no peduncle; four simple radial canals; gonads on radial canals, completely surrounding ... [details]

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Medusa with small small manubrium; no gastric peduncle; four radial canals; gonads on radial canals, separated from ... [details]

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Medusae without gastric peduncle, with open marginal statocysts; with four, eight or more simple radial canals; ... [details]

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Microscopic hydroids living in biofilms, resembling polyp stage of some Olindiidae, reduced to a spherical or ... [details]

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Mitrocomidae medusa with four radial canals; with numerous open marginal vesicles; without ocelli; without marginal ... [details]

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Mitrocomidae medusae with 4 straight radial canals; 8 open statocysts; no marginal cirri; no ocelli. Note: ... [details]

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Narcomedusae with perradial and undivided stomach pouches; with or without peripheral canal system; with tentacles ... [details]

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Narcomedusae without bell, worm-like, body divided by groove into aboral and oral halves, along groove four ... [details]

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Narcomedusae without manubrial pouches; with or without peripheral canal system; gonads develop as thickenings or ... [details]

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Physonect siphonophores with a vertical nectosome, nectophores budded off on ventral side of stem, with complexly ... [details]

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Physonectae with a biserial arrangement of nectophores in the nectosome, nectophores on the nectosome are budded ... [details]

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Physonectae with nectosome and siphosome contracted to form a globular complex below the enlarged pneumatophore. ... [details]

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Physonectae with one or more nectosomal palpons between each pair of nectophores. Nectophore without ridges, deeply ... [details]

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Physonectae with two forms of tentilla on the same tentacle; the more proximal one with a spirally coiled cnidoband, ... [details]

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Physonectae with uncoiled tentilla bearing a hypertrophied cnidoband. Terminal process devoid of cnidocysts. ... [details]

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Siphonophorae with an apical pneumatophore and beneath it, a series of nectophores (swimming bells), except in the ... [details]

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Siphonophorae without apical pneumatophore, with a nectosome typically formed by one or two nectophores of ... [details]

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Siphonophores with a relatively large pneumatophore and without nectosome; pneumatophore with apical pore; siphosome ... [details]

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Trachylidae medusae with gastric peduncle; usually four radial canals, sometimes more; with centripetal canals; ... [details]

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Trachymedusae with a small manubrium; with or without peduncle; no centripetal canals; usually eight radial canals, ... [details]

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Trachymedusae with either simple manubrium without mesenteries, or with eight-lobed manubrium fixed by eight ... [details]

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Trachymedusae with four radial canals; no peduncle and centripetal canals; manubrium well developed; four sac-like ... [details]

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Trachymedusae with wide, circular manubrium; mouth circular, without distinct lips; without peduncle; without ... [details]

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Umbrella much reduced and fused to manubrium so that tentacles and statocysts are arranged around oral end of ... [details]

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Very small, medusoid Hydrozoa without polyp phase, living in the sand interstitial, solitary, bell entirely or very ... [details]

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Turritopsis nutricula is likely not present along the European coasts; all well documented cases belong either to ... [details]

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Distribution of this species in the Mediterranean is unrealistic and quite unlikely for this arctic species [details]

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Lebanon, Eastern Mediterranean only. [details]

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Mediterranean distribution record unpublished? It is quite unlikely for this cold water species to appear in the ... [details]

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Mediterranean records are incorrect, Atlantic records refer to M. hargitti. [details]

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North-Eastern Atlantic, absent from the North Sea, Baltic Sea,Mediterranean and Black Sea. The northernmost record ... [details]

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Species occurs in temperate waters [details]

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Suspition that the Mediterranean records for Aselomaris micaeli are in fact distribution records for A. arenosa. ... [details]

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The distribution record of this species in the Mediterranean Sea is probably erroneous [details]

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The European records of this species (Broch) have beel relegated to S. bathyalis. The distribution for S. ... [details]

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The Meditarranean distribution is probably erroneous, as this is an Indo-Pacific species. [details]

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The Mediterranean distribution is unlikely, as the northern limit of this species is France [details]

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The Mediterranean records are improbable to erroneous [details]

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There are probably no credible records for the Mediterranean [details]

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This is a Pacific species, I am unaware of European records [details]

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This is an arctic species and it is thus very unlikely to be present in the Mediterranean. The Mediterranean record ... [details]

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This species does not occur in the European fauna [details]

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This species does not occur in the European fauna, it is an American species [details]

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This species does not occur in the European fauna. It is not a dubious species. [details]

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This species has been reported from Lebanon. [details]

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This species has been reported repeatedly from the Mediterranean by Goy, although in fact this may be another species. [details]

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This species is not present in the Mediterranean. [details]

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This species was originally based on animals observed in European waters, thus all records as an introduced species ... [details]

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To the knowledge of Schuchert, this species has not been reported from the Atlantic. [details]

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The grammatical root for the formation of the family name based on the genus name Orchistoma is "stomat-", not ... [details]

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In the original paper describing this species, the name was given as Sigiwedellia bathypelagica in the abstract. ... [details]

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The grammatical root for the formation of the family name based on the genus name Orchistoma is "stomat-", not ... [details]

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This is perhaps a form of Craspedacusta, see Holstein (1995). The generic name Calpasoma is neuter (ICZN Art. ... [details]

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Correct spelling of taxon name needs further investigation [details]

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Romanes usae of Tiarops might have been a misspelling for Tiaropsis Agassiz, 1849. The name should not be regarded ... [details]

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The original spelling of Hartlaub was Helgicirrha schulzii, which is a correct formation based on the genitiv of ... [details]

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THe original spelling brachiatum must be used, although the ending -oides of the genus is masculine gender (ICZN § ... [details]

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Doubtful status as description inadequate, based on a non-reproductive/non-medusa producing polyp. [details]