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Browne, E. T. 1902. A preliminary report on Hydromedusae from the Falkland Islands. - Annals and Magazine of natural History (7) 9: 272-284.
Browne, E. T.
A preliminary report on Hydromedusae from the Falkland Islands
Annals and Magazine of natural History
7(9): 272-284
South Atlantic
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Aglauropsis conanti Browne, 1902 (original description)
Amphicodon unicus Browne, 1902 accepted as Hybocodon unicus (Browne, 1902) (original description)
Eleutheria vallentini Browne, 1902 accepted as Staurocladia vallentini (Browne, 1902) (original description)
Laodicea pulchra Browne, 1902 (original description)
Lizzia formosissima Browne, 1902 accepted as Rathkea formosissima (Browne, 1902) (original description)
Obelia diaphana (L. Agassiz, 1862) accepted as Obelia geniculata (Linnaeus, 1758) (basis of record)
Obelia multicia Browne, 1902 (original description)
Obelia multicilia Browne, 1902 (original description)
Phialella Browne, 1902 (original description)
Phialella falklandica Browne, 1902 (original description)
Phialidium simplex Browne, 1902 accepted as Clytia simplex (Browne, 1902) (original description)
Sarsia gracilis Browne, 1902 accepted as Coryne gracilis (Browne, 1902) (original description)
Tiara intermedia Browne, 1902 accepted as Halitholus intermedius (Browne, 1902) (original description)
Tiaricodon Browne, 1902 (original description)
Tiaricodon coeruleus Browne, 1902 (original description)
Tiaropsis davisii Browne, 1902 accepted as Cosmetirella davisii (Browne, 1902) (original description)
Vallentinia Browne, 1902 (original description)
Vallentinia falklandica Browne, 1902 (original description)
Willia mutabilis Browne, 1902 accepted as Proboscidactyla mutabilis (Browne, 1902) (original description)
Falkland Islands part of the South Atlantic Ocean for Obelia multicia Browne, 1902 
Falkland Islands part of the South Atlantic Ocean for Obelia multicilia Browne, 1902 

Olindiidae medusa with 4 radial canals, no centripetal canals; 4 to 8 hollow tentacles with terminal adhesive ... [details]