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Hartlaub (1904, tafel 3)
Hartlaub (1904, tafel 3)
Description 1. Staurotheca antarctica n. sp. Bruchstück. X 9. 2. Sertularia stolonifera n. sp. Bruchstück mit langer Hydrothek. st. Stolo. X 45. 3. Sertularia stolonifera n. sp. Bruchstück mit kürzerer Hydrothek. st. Stolo resp. dessen Austrittspunkt unterhalb jeder Hydrothek. X 45. 4. Schizotricha bifurca n. sp. Hydrothek tragendes Glied von vorn; Austritt eines Nematophors. g, Gonangium. X 154. 5. Schizotricha bifurca n. sp. Austritt des caulinen axialen Nematophors (n). X 70. 6. Schizotricha bifurca n. sp. Hydrothek tragendes Glied von der Seite. n, Austritt eines Nematophors. g, Gonangium. X 154. 7. Schizotricha bifurca n. sp. Bruchstück eines Stammes mit Hydrocladien. X 21. 8. Schizotricha bifurca n. sp.Einzelnes Hydrocladium mit seinem Nebenast. g, Gonangium. X 21. Alle Figuren der Tafel 1-3 sind mit der Kamera nach mikroskopischen Praeparaten angelegt.Author Cl. HartlaubJPG file - 569.78 kB - 2455 x 3300 pixelsmore
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Original Width: 2455 pixels
Original Height: 3300 pixels
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Staurotheca antarctica Hartlaub, 1904Unreviewed: has not been verified by a taxonomic editorFrom reference Hartlaub, Cl. (1904). Zoologie: Hydroiden. Résultats du V...Creative Commons LicenseThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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