2014
DOI: 10.1590/s1984-46702014000500007
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The sea anemone Bunodactis octoradiata (Anthozoa: Actiniaria) from southern Patagonia: morphological study and new records

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“…Finally, the actinopharynx possessed a unique type of basitrich and microbasic p-mastigophores. Sizes of all cnidocysts and p values of normality test for residuals of a linear normal model are listed together in Table 5, while images of each cnida type were previously published in Garese et al (2014). Normality was proved for two out of ten analyzed cnidocysts [Tentacles: spirocyst; Mesenterial filaments: microbasic p-mastigophore].…”
Section: Bunodactis Octoradiatamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Finally, the actinopharynx possessed a unique type of basitrich and microbasic p-mastigophores. Sizes of all cnidocysts and p values of normality test for residuals of a linear normal model are listed together in Table 5, while images of each cnida type were previously published in Garese et al (2014). Normality was proved for two out of ten analyzed cnidocysts [Tentacles: spirocyst; Mesenterial filaments: microbasic p-mastigophore].…”
Section: Bunodactis Octoradiatamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This funding has not been reported so far in the intertidal or subtidal natural hard substrates from the region. However, M. senile is currently a common species in hard substrate communities from the open sea around Bahía San Julián, along with other species of sea anemones, such as Antholoba achates and Bunodactis octoradiata (Garese et al 2014). This sea anemone forms aggregates in free lower intertidal substrates, usually in tidal pools and on horizontal and vertical walls, and to a lesser extent as an epibiont (Acuña et al 2011).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…The genus Bunodactis was synonymized with Aulactinia by Dunn et al (1980) and since that time several species assignable to Bunodactis were described under the generic name Aulactinia. The taxonomic and nomenclatural problems around these two genera were discussed recently by Sanamyan et al (2013), Spano et al (2013) and Garese et. al.…”
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confidence: 93%