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Campanulariidae Johnston, 1836

1606  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1606)

accepted
Family
Genus Campanularia Lamarck, 1816
Genus Clytia Lamouroux, 1812
Genus Gastroblasta Keller, 1883
Genus Gonothyraea Allman, 1864
Genus Hartlaubella Poche, 1914
Genus Laomedea Lamouroux, 1812
Genus Obelia Péron & Lesueur, 1810
Genus Orthopyxis L. Agassiz, 1862
Genus Rhizocaulus Stechow, 1919
Genus Silicularia Meyen, 1834

Genus Zelounies (nomen nudum)

Genus Agastra Hartlaub, 1897 accepted as Orthopyxis L. Agassiz, 1862 (synonym)
Genus Campanula Westendorp, 1843 accepted as Campanularia Lamarck, 1816 (typographic error)
Genus Epenthesis McCrady, 1859 accepted as Clytia Lamouroux, 1812 (synonym)
Genus Eucalix Stechow, 1921 accepted as Campanularia Lamarck, 1816 (synonym)
Genus Eucope Gegenbaur, 1857 accepted as Clytia Lamouroux, 1812
Genus Eucopella von Lendenfeld, 1883 accepted as Orthopyxis L. Agassiz, 1862 (synonym)
Genus Eucopium Haeckel, 1879 accepted as Clytia Lamouroux, 1812
Genus Eulaomedea Broch, 1910 accepted as Laomedea Lamouroux, 1812 (synonym)
Genus Hypanthea Allman, 1876 accepted as Silicularia Meyen, 1834 (synonym)
Genus Monopyxis Ehrenberg, 1834 accepted as Obelia Péron & Lesueur, 1810 (synonym)
Genus Monosklera von Lendenfeld, 1885 accepted as Obelia Péron & Lesueur, 1810 (synonym)
Genus Multioralis Mayer, 1900 accepted as Gastroblasta Keller, 1883 (synonym)
Genus Obelaria Haeckel, 1879 accepted as Obelia Péron & Lesueur, 1810 (synonym)
Genus Obeliopsis Le Danois, 1913 accepted as Obelia Péron & Lesueur, 1810 (synonym)
Genus Paracalyx Stechow, 1923 accepted as Campanularia Lamarck, 1816 (synonym)
Genus Phialidium Leuckart, 1856 accepted as Clytia Lamouroux, 1812 (synonym (medusa based))
Genus Pseudoclytia Mayer, 1900 accepted as Clytia Lamouroux, 1812 (synonym)
Genus Schizocladium Allman, 1871 accepted as Obelia Péron & Lesueur, 1810 (synonym)
Genus Thaumantias Eschscholtz, 1829 accepted as Clytia Lamouroux, 1812 (synonym)
Genus Tulpa Stechow, 1921 accepted as Campanularia Lamarck, 1816 (synonym)
Genus Verticillina Naumov, 1960 accepted as Rhizocaulus Stechow, 1919
marine, fresh, terrestrial
Johnston, G. (1836). A catalogue of the zoophytes of Berwickshire. Hist. Berwicksh. Nat. Cl. 1 : 107- 108., available online at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/15570#119
page(s): 107 [details]   
Schuchert, P. (2018). World Hydrozoa Database. Campanulariidae Johnston, 1836. Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/hydrozoa/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1606 on 2018-07-20
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original description Johnston, G. (1836). A catalogue of the zoophytes of Berwickshire. Hist. Berwicksh. Nat. Cl. 1 : 107- 108., available online at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/15570#119
page(s): 107 [details]   

original description  (ofEucopidae Gegenbaur, 1857) Gegenbaur, C. (1857). Versuch eines Systems der Medusen, mit Beschreibung neuer oder wenig gekannter Formen; zugleich ein Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Fauna des Mittelmeeres. Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie. Leipzig 8: 202-273, pls 7-9., available online at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/49190#page/210/mode/1up
page(s): 241 [details]  OpenAccess publication 

original description  (ofObelidae Haeckel, 1879) Haeckel E. (1879). Das System der Medusen. Erster Teil einer Monographie der Medusen. Denkschriften der Medicinisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft zu Jena. 1: XX+1-360, 320 plates., available online at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/101461#page/9/mode/1up
page(s): 163 [details]   

original description  (ofPhialidae Haeckel, 1879) Haeckel E. (1879). Das System der Medusen. Erster Teil einer Monographie der Medusen. Denkschriften der Medicinisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft zu Jena. 1: XX+1-360, 320 plates., available online at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/101461#page/9/mode/1up
page(s): 163 [details]   

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]   

additional source Cornelius, P.F.S., 1982. Hydroids and medusae of the family Campanulariidae recorded from the eastern North Atlantic, with a world synopsis of genera. Bull. Br. Mus. nat. Hist., Zool. 42 2: 37-148. [details]  OpenAccess publication 

basis of record  (ofEucopidae Gegenbaur, 1857) Leloup, E. (1947). Les Coelentérés de la faune belge: leur bibliographie et leur distribution [Coelenterates of the Belgian fauna: their bibliography and distribution]. Mémoires du Musée Royal d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgique = Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Natuurhistorisch Museum van België, 107. Koninklijk Natuurhistorisch Museum van België: Brussel, Belgium. 73 pp. (look up in IMIS[details]   

basis of record  (ofOrthopyxinae Russell, 1953) Russell, F.S., 1953. The medusae of the British Isles. Anthomedusae, Leptomedusae, Limnomedusae, Trachymedusae and Narcomedusae. : 1-530, pls. 1-35.
page(s): 303 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available 
 
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Diagnosis Hydroid colony stolonal or erect, branching; hydrothecae bell- or cup-shaped, radially symmetrical, sometimes secondarily bilateral symmetric, pedicellate, with basal diaphragm or inward annular thickening of perisarc; hydranth generally tubular, with flared or globose hypostome with a pregastric cavity; gonophores in gonothecae, developing into free medusae, eumedusoids or sporosacs.
Medusa with short manubrium, no gastric peduncle, four radial canals (exceptionally more); with or without velum (Obelia); gonads surrounding radial canals, separated from manubrium; with or without rudimentary bulbs; no cirri, excretory papillae or pores; eight and more closed statocysts; no ocelli.  [details]

Spelling Nama introduced as Campanulariadae by Johnston (1836), which is the modern equivalent of Campanulariidae. [details]