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Laomedea flexuosa
Laomedea flexuosa
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. The author has granted permission to MarBEF/VLIZ to use this picture in ERMS and related biological databases hosted at VLIZ. Source: Author Schuchert, Peter JPG file - 53.46 kB - 469 x 559 pixels added on 2006-12-212 061 viewsWoRMS taxa Laomedea flexuosa Alder, 1857checked Schuchert, Peter 2014-05-28 Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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