2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr.2008.03.002
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Occurrence and biogeography of hydroids (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa) from deep-water coral habitats off the southeastern United States

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“…About one-third of all hydroid records and 40 % (23 species) of hydroid species are noted on this type of substrate. Bryozoans have often been noted as a substrate colonized by hydroids (e.g., Genzano and Rodriguez 1998;Genzano and Zamponi 2003;Henry et al 2008;Genzano et al 2009); however, no detailed descriptions (such as bryozoan host taxonomic composition) on the epizoic type of associations between hydrozoans and bryozoans are included in these studies. Piraino et al (1992) described the parasitic relationship between the hydroid Halocoryne epizoica Hadzi, 1917, and the bryozoan Schizobrachiella sanguinea (Norman 1868), in which the hydroid lived in obligate association and feeds on the lophophoral tentacles of its bryozoan host.…”
Section: Bryozoamentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…About one-third of all hydroid records and 40 % (23 species) of hydroid species are noted on this type of substrate. Bryozoans have often been noted as a substrate colonized by hydroids (e.g., Genzano and Rodriguez 1998;Genzano and Zamponi 2003;Henry et al 2008;Genzano et al 2009); however, no detailed descriptions (such as bryozoan host taxonomic composition) on the epizoic type of associations between hydrozoans and bryozoans are included in these studies. Piraino et al (1992) described the parasitic relationship between the hydroid Halocoryne epizoica Hadzi, 1917, and the bryozoan Schizobrachiella sanguinea (Norman 1868), in which the hydroid lived in obligate association and feeds on the lophophoral tentacles of its bryozoan host.…”
Section: Bryozoamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Hydroid-hydroid associations are most often noted only briefly in taxonomic and/or ecological studies (e.g., Schuchert 2001;Genzano and Rodriguez 1998;Zamponi et al 1998;Henry et al 2008;Genzano et al 2009). Large colonies of hydroids are known to offer refuge and food supply for deposit feeders and carnivores (Hughes 1975).…”
Section: Hydroids As Substratementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…365 m;Nutting 1900;Whiteaves 1901;Fraser 1918Fraser , 1944. Not recorded further south in southeastern USA by Henry et al (2008), but collected from Rainbow Vent Field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge (36°13'N, ca. 2400 m) (Desbruyères et al 2001).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…310 m). Not recorded further south by Henry et al (2008), but there is a recent southern record from 53º56'S-63º51'W (250 m) by El Beshbeeshy (2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%