Description Laomedea flexuosa Alder, 1857 (Leptomedusae, Campanulariidae), colony hight about 3 cm, Dunstaffnage, Scotland. Laomedea flexuosa is a very common hydroid in the the lower intertidal of the north-eastern Atlantic. It has no medusa stage, the gonohores develop into sporosacs. The oblong gonothecae filled with sporosacs are visible on the left side of the colony.
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Source: http://www.ville-ge.ch/musinfo/mhng/hydrozoa/hydrozoa-directory.htmAuthor Schuchert, PeterJPG file - 53.46 kB - 469 x 559 pixelsadded on 2006-12-211 909 viewsWoRMS taxaLaomedea flexuosa Alder, 1857checked Schuchert, Peter 2014-05-28This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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