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Synonyms for hydroid

colonial coelenterates having the polyp phase dominant

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7 Hydroides crusigera 4 29 Hydroides recurvispina * 2 Hydroides cf panamensis 1 Isognomon janus 12 Lembos sp.
I and Hydroides elegans: comparisons at distinct life history stages, Evol.
Bastida-Zabala JR, Salazar Vanejo S (2000) Serpulidos (Polychaeta: Serpulidae) del Caribe noroccidental Hydroides y Serpula Rev.
The tube-building serpulid polychaete Hydroides elegans (Haswell, 1883) serves as a useful model to study the molecular underpinnings of annelid biomineralization.
In September, Schizoporella unicornis were observed, and in October, Hydroides dianthus were also observed.
Como especies mas abundantes resultaron Hydroides dirampha Morch, 1863, Pileolaria militaris Claparede, 1868 (Serpulidae), y Notaulax nudicollis Kroyer, 1856 (Sabellidae).
Contribution a l'etude des hydroides (multiplication, regeneration, greffes, variations).
Settlement of the tube worm Hydroides dianthus (Polychaeta: Serpulidae): cues for gregarious settlement.
En el litoral oriental de Mexico se han registrado hasta el momento 19 especies, la mayoria de las cuales fueron citadas por Enrique Rioja en sus intensas investigaciones en la vertiente del Golfo, en donde incluso describio dos especies, Hydroides mongeslopezi Rioja, 1958 e H.
A strain of Pseudoalteromonas luteoviolacea, isolated from a marine biofilm, produces arrays of contractile phage tail-like structures that induce larval settlement of the serpulid worm Hydroides elegans (Shikuma et al.
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.