2019
DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4689.1.1
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On a collection of hydroids (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) from the southwest coast of Florida, USA

Abstract: Sixty species of hydroids, assigned to 24 families and 39 genera, are recognized and discussed in a collection of material from the southwest coast of Florida. One new species (Clytia joycei) is described from turtlegrass (Thalassia testudinum) and reported as well from the Caribbean coast of Panama. Under provisions of the First Reviser Principle in the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature, Antennopsis nigra Nutting, 1900 is assigned precedence over its simultaneous synonym A. longicorna Nutting, 190… Show more

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“…These same studies also confirm that both C. elsaeoswaldae and C. gracilis (and its cryptic species) are distinct from C. hemisphaerica (Linnaeus, 1767). Hydroids of the latter species differ morphologically from those related congeners in having hydrothecal cusps that are rounded and erect rather than pointed and inclined to the right (when viewed laterally), and gonothecae that are spirally ribbed rather than smooth (Cornelius 1995b;Lindner et al 2011;Calder 2019). Stechow (1914) named two putatively distinct species, Clytia elsae-oswaldae and Thaumantias (?)…”
Section: Clytia Elsaeoswaldaementioning
confidence: 64%
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“…These same studies also confirm that both C. elsaeoswaldae and C. gracilis (and its cryptic species) are distinct from C. hemisphaerica (Linnaeus, 1767). Hydroids of the latter species differ morphologically from those related congeners in having hydrothecal cusps that are rounded and erect rather than pointed and inclined to the right (when viewed laterally), and gonothecae that are spirally ribbed rather than smooth (Cornelius 1995b;Lindner et al 2011;Calder 2019). Stechow (1914) named two putatively distinct species, Clytia elsae-oswaldae and Thaumantias (?)…”
Section: Clytia Elsaeoswaldaementioning
confidence: 64%
“…The distinction between Clytia elsaeoswaldae Stechow, 1914 andC. gracilis (M. Sars, 1850), often considered conspecific in the past, is now becoming more clear (Lindner et al 2011;Calder 2013Calder , 2019Cunha et al 2020). Characters said by Lindner et al to distinguish C. elsaeoswaldae from C. gracilis include a colony form that is stolonal or mostly so rather than branched, and gonothecae that arise from the hydrorhiza rather than from the pedicels.…”
Section: Clytia Elsaeoswaldaementioning
confidence: 99%
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