World Hydrozoa Database


Hydrozoa source details

Bouillon, J.; Gravili, C.; Pagès, F.; Gili, J.-M.; Boero, F. (2006). An introduction to Hydrozoa. Mémoires du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, 194. Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle: Paris, France. ISBN 2-85653-580-1. 591 + 1 cd-rom pp.
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Bouillon, J.; Gravili, C.; Pagès, F.; Gili, J.-M.; Boero, F.
2006
An introduction to Hydrozoa. Mémoires du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, 194.
Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle: Paris, France. ISBN 2-85653-580-1. 591 + 1 cd-rom pp.
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Acaulidae Fraser, 1924 (basis of record)
Balellidae Stechow, 1922 (basis of record)
Bonneviellidae Broch, 1909 (basis of record)
Boreohydridae Westblad, 1947 (basis of record)
Bythotiaridae Maas, 1905 (additional source)
Clathrozoellidae Peña Cantero, Vervoort & Watson, 2003 (additional source)
Clausophyidae Totton, 1965 (additional source)
Eucodoniidae Schuchert, 1996 (additional source)
Eudendriidae L. Agassiz, 1862 (additional source)
Guillea Bouillon, Pagès, Gili, Palanques, Puig & Heussner, 2000 (redescription)
Halimedusidae Arai & Brinckmann-Voss, 1980 (basis of record)
Hydridae Dana, 1846 (additional source)
Hydroidolina (additional source)
Krampella Russell, 1957 (taxonomy source)
Orchistomatidae Bouillon, 1984 (additional source)
Paracorynidae Picard, 1957 (basis of record)
Polyorchis montereyensis Skogsberg, 1948 accepted as Polyorchis penicillatus (Eschscholtz, 1829) (source of synonymy)
Protohydridae Allman, 1888 (basis of record)
Pseudosolanderiidae Bouillon & Gravier-Bonnet, 1988 (basis of record)
Rhizorhagium michaeli (Berrill, 1948) accepted as Pachycordyle michaeli (Berrill, 1948) (basis of record)
Russelliidae Kramp, 1957 accepted as Heterotentaculidae Schuchert, 2010 (additional source)
Siphonophora accepted as Siphonophorae (additional source)
Staurophora mertensii Brandt, 1834 accepted as Staurostoma mertensii (Brandt, 1834) (additional source)
Stylasteridae Gray, 1847 (additional source)
Teclaiidae Bouillon et al., 2000 (additional source)
Tricyclusidae Kramp, 1949 (additional source)
Zhangiella Bouillon, Gravili, Pages, Gili & Boero, 2006 (original description)
















































 Diagnosis

Colony usually erect, monosiphonic or polysiphonic, branched or unbranched, arising from a creeping hydrorhiza, ... [details]

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Eirenidae medusa with lateral cirri at the base of some or of all marginal tentacle bulbs; with excretory ... [details]

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Eirenidae medusae with short gastric peduncle; with marginal cirri; without excretory pores; gonads restricted to ... [details]

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Medusa with 4 or more main primary radial canals, some or all branching one or more times, primary canal and ... [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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Australomedusidae medusae with cruciform manubrium, 4 simple lips, no oral tentacles; 8 radial canals; 8 groups of ... [details]

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Colonies erect, monosiphonic or polysiphonic, arising from creeping, rootlike, or disc-shaped hydrorhiza; hydrocauli ... [details]

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Colonies mostly stolonal, with perisarc terminating at hydranth base; hydranth thick, clavate; tentacles filiform, in ... [details]

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Colony either with erect, branched or unbranched hydrocaulus, monosiphonic or polysiphonic or stolonal (Ophinella); ... [details]

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Colony forming upright pinnate shoots, mono- or polysiphonic, branched or unbranched, arising from creeping ... [details]

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Colony forming upright shoots or stolonal, arising from a creeping hydrorhiza, commonly monopodial, with terminal ... [details]

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Cuninidae with nine ore more tentacles and peronial strands; manubrial pouches equal in number to tentacles, but ... [details]

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Eirenidae medusa with 8 statocysts; without cirri; without marginal warts; gonads restricted to subumbrella, not ... [details]

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Eirenidae medusae with broad gastric peduncle; mouth with complexly folded, large lips; 8 adradial statocysts; ... [details]

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Freshwater Olindiidae medusae with closed ecto-endodermal statocysts in the velum which form centripetal tubes; ... [details]

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Hydroid colony erect, arising from a creeping hydrorhiza, shoots unbranched or with stem and pinnately arranged ... [details]

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Hydroid colony forming massive, calcareous exoskeleton (= coenosteum) of varied shape; coenosteum with an internal ... [details]

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Hydroid colony stolonal or erect, branching; hydrothecae bell- or cup-shaped, radially symmetrical, sometimes ... [details]

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Hydroid colony stolonal; hydrotheca cylindrical, tapering distally, on a short pedicel; operculum pyramidal, formed ... [details]

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Hydroid colony stolonal, hydrotheca short, collar-shaped, on short pedicel; hydranth elongated, large, with ... [details]

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Hydroid phase is not known. Medusa with four simple radial canals, tentacles hollow, manubrium with four simple ... [details]

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Malagazziidae medusae with eight radial canals; eight gonads on radial canals; mouth with 8 lips. Polyp stage with ... [details]

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Medusa with a distinct gastric peduncle; lateral cirri (difficult to observe and often destroyed after fixation); ... [details]

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Medusa with cylindrical manubrium , with 4 simple lips; 4 radial canals, 4 groups of perradial tentacles and 4 ... [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: marginal bulbs with large adaxial nematocyst pads; four similar perradial tentacles with abaxial stalked ... [details]

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Medusae 8 marginal bulbs; 24 moniliform tentacles, 2 per each marginal bulb and 8 adradial tentacles without ... [details]

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Olindiidae medusa with 4 radial canals and several blind centripetal canals, nematocyst knobs on oral lips; ... [details]

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Olindiidae medusae with slight peduncle or peduncle absent; 4 simple radial canals; no centripetal canals; folded ... [details]

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Rhopalonematidae without gastric peduncle; gonads globular, on very distal parts of the 8 radial canals; only 8 ... [details]

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

 Type locality

La Parguerra, Puerto Rico, depth 1-3 m.  [details]