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Synonyms for hydroid

colonial coelenterates having the polyp phase dominant

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Boring sponge Botryllus schlosseri Golden star tunicate Balanus eburneus Ivory barnacle Halichondria bowerbanki Yellow sponge Hydroides dianthus Hard tube worm Geukensia demissa Ribbed mussel Crepidula fornicata Slipper shell Molgula manhattensis Sea grape Gammarid amphipods Scuds Probopyrus pandalicola Parasitic isopod Sabellaria vulgaris Sand-builder worm Enteromorpha sp.
Year and Month July October January Species Phyla 2004 2004 2005 Cliona celata Porifera - - - Unidentified hydroid Cnidaria - + + Diadumene lineata Cnidaria - + + Unidentified bryozoan Bryozoa - + + Membranipora tenuis Bryozoa - + + Boonea impressa Mollusca - + + Brachidontes exustus Mollusca + + + Crassostrea virginica Mollusca + + + Crepidula maculosa Mollusca - + + Geukensia demissa Mollusca - + + Littorina meleagris Mollusca + + + Nassarius obsoletus Mollusca + + + Sphenia antillensis Mollusca - - + Hydroides sp.
Composition and density of bacterial biofilms determine larval settlement of the polychaete Hydroides elegans.
Isolation of bacterial metabolites as natural inducers for larval settlement in the marine polychaete Hydroides elegans (Haswell).
Tube worms in the genus Hydroides, the jingle shell Anomia simplex, the eastern slipper shell Crepidula astrasolea, and the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica were also very abundant (Table 1).