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Tubulariidae Goldfuss, 1818

1603  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1603)

accepted
Family
Tubulariida (unfounded grouping)
Genus Bouillonia Petersen, 1990
Genus Ectopleura L. Agassiz, 1862
Genus Hybocodon L. Agassiz, 1860
Genus Lobataria Watson, 2008
Genus Ralpharia Watson, 1980
Genus Tubularia Linnaeus, 1758
Genus Zyzzyzus Stechow, 1921

Genus Dicodonium Haeckel, 1879 (nomen dubium)

Genus Acharadria Wright, 1863 accepted as Ectopleura L. Agassiz, 1862 (synonym)
Genus Amphicodon Haeckel, 1879 accepted as Hybocodon L. Agassiz, 1860 (synonym)
Genus Auliscus Saemundsson, 1899 accepted as Hybocodon L. Agassiz, 1860 (synonym)
Genus Diplonema Green, 1857 accepted as Hybocodon L. Agassiz, 1860 (homonym of Diplonema Loew, 1845 [Diptera, Insecta] and Diplonema Griessmann [Eugleniidae, Protozoa])
Genus Diplura Allman, 1864 accepted as Hybocodon L. Agassiz, 1860 (invalid junior homonym of Diplura Koch [Araneae])
Genus Parypha Agassiz, 1860 accepted as Ectopleura L. Agassiz, 1862 (not in use)
Genus Pinauay Marques & Migotto, 2001 accepted as Ectopleura L. Agassiz, 1862 (junior synonym of Vorticlava (and others))
Genus Serehyba Da Silveira & Migotto, 1984 accepted as Ralpharia Watson, 1980 (synonym)
Genus Thamnocnidia Agassiz, 1860 accepted as Ectopleura L. Agassiz, 1862 (not in use)
Genus Vorticlava Alder, 1856 accepted as Ectopleura L. Agassiz, 1862 (synonym)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
Goldfuss, G.A., 1818. Ueber die Classification der Zoophyten. Isis, 1818 : 1008-1013.
page(s): 1 010 [details]  OpenAccess publication 
Taxonomy The Taxon Tublariidae is usually attributed to Fleming, 1828. However, the name was introduced earlier by Goldfuss (1818)....  
Taxonomy The Taxon Tublariidae is usually attributed to Fleming, 1828. However, the name was introduced earlier by Goldfuss (1818). On page 1010 Goldfuss(1818) introduced the taxon (as Tubulariae) and included the genera Tubularia and Sertularia. In the list on page 1012 he then the genus Tubularia is missing in the family Tubulariae, certainly a printing mistake. In Goldfuss (1820), the genus Tubularia is again listed under Tubulariae (the old ending iae in the German text is equivalent to -idae family suffix in current usage). The current usage as Tubulariidae was introduced by Hincks (1868). [details]
Hydrozoa (2018). Tubulariidae Goldfuss, 1818. Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/hydrozoa/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1603 on 2018-04-20
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2004-12-21 15:54:05Z
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2009-04-28 06:22:10Z
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original description Goldfuss, G.A., 1818. Ueber die Classification der Zoophyten. Isis, 1818 : 1008-1013.
page(s): 1 010 [details]  OpenAccess publication 

basis of record Bouillon, J.; Boero, F. (2000). Synopsis of the families and genera of the Hydromedusae of the world, with a list of the worldwide species. Thalassia Salent. 24: 47-296 (look up in IMIS[details]   

basis of record  (ofTubulariida) Bouillon, J.; Boero, F. (2000). Synopsis of the families and genera of the Hydromedusae of the world, with a list of the worldwide species. Thalassia Salent. 24: 47-296 (look up in IMIS[details]   
From editor or global species database
Diagnosis Hydroid solitary or colonial; hydrocaulus divided into distal neck region covered by thin perisarc, and proximal stem which may be either short and thick with tuber-like aboral processes, or long and cylindrical, or cone-shaped with basal disc, or with stolons covered by thicker perisarc; neck perisarc secreted from a groove on the hydranth proper; hydranth broadly vasiform, tentacles in two sets, oral ones filiform or pseudofiliform in one to several close-set whorls, sometimes capitate or moniliform (especially transiently in juveniles); aboral tentacles long, in one whorl, pseudofiliform or filiform, sitting on a more or less developed parenchymatic cushion of gastrodermal tissue; gonophores develop above aboral tentacles, free medusae or fixed sporosacs; embryonic development without planula but an actinula larvae.
Medusae with or without exumbrellar nematocyst tracks, bell margin oblique or straight, radial radial canals; mouth usually circular; gonads covering manubrium entirely; one to four marginal tentacles; with or without asexual medusae budding from marginal bulbs; ocelli absent. [details]

Taxonomy The Taxon Tublariidae is usually attributed to Fleming, 1828. However, the name was introduced earlier by Goldfuss (1818). On page 1010 Goldfuss(1818) introduced the taxon (as Tubulariae) and included the genera Tubularia and Sertularia. In the list on page 1012 he then the genus Tubularia is missing in the family Tubulariae, certainly a printing mistake. In Goldfuss (1820), the genus Tubularia is again listed under Tubulariae (the old ending iae in the German text is equivalent to -idae family suffix in current usage). The current usage as Tubulariidae was introduced by Hincks (1868). [details]