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Maas (1906, tafel 1)

Maas (1906, tafel 1)
Description: Fig. 1 u. 2. - Isonema amplum Vanh., von der Seite und von der Subumbrella aus; 10 f. Linearvergr. starkes Irisieren. (Homoeonema amplum Vanh.).
Fig. 3 u. 4. - Homoionemta racovitzae n. sp., von der Seite und von der Subumbrella aus; 10 f. Linearvergr. (Haliscera racovitzae (sensu Vanh.)).
Fig. 5. - Solmundella larve, noch ohne Gallerte, Magen voll von gefressenen Diatomeen und Copepodenresten. (Zeiss B. oc. 1.)
Fig. 6. - Phialidium (Clytia) iridescens n. sp., schief von unten ; 10 f. Linearvergr.
Fig. 7. - Stück des Velums von Isonema amplum, stärker vergrössert, zeigt, dass das Irisieren von der Muskellage bedingt ist.
can cir = Ringcanal.
gon = Gonaden.
can ra = Radiärcanal.
nw = Nessel (wulst) warzen.
ect = Ectoderm.
o = Mundöffnung.
ent = Entoderm.
st = Statocyst (Sinneskolben).
ex = Exumbrella.
su = Subumbrella.
g = Magen.
t = Tentakel.
gal = Schirmgallerte.
V = Velum.
Author: G. Keller & O. Maas in Maas (1906)
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WoRMS taxa
SolmundellaUnreviewed: has not been verified by a taxonomic editor
Haliscera racovitzae (Maas, 1906)Unreviewed: has not been verified by a taxonomic editor
Phialidium iridescens Maas, 1906 accepted as Clytia iridescens (Maas, 1906)Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Schuchert, Peter 2014-04-25
From reference: Maas, O. (1906). Zoologie: Medusen. Résultats du Voyage d...

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