1970
DOI: 10.1139/f70-175
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Thecate Hydroids from the Shelf Waters of Northern Canada

Abstract: Based largely on collections from the Calanus–Salvelinus expeditions, 54 species of thecate hydroids were identified from the shelf waters of northern Canada between northeastern Newfoundland and the Alaska–Yukon border. Common species included Halecium muricatum, Calycella syringa, Campanularia integra, C. speciosa, C. volubilis, Gonothyraea loveni, Filellum serpens, Lafoea gracillima, Sertularella polyzonias, S. tricuspidata, Sertularia schmidti, and S. similis. Halecium groenlandicum, H. scutum, Cuspidella … Show more

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“…Meanwhile, on the basis of biogeography and apparent temperature tolerances of the species, records of O. bidentata from the Antarctic Ocean (reviewed in Peña Cantero & Gili 2006) seem open to reconsideration. In the northern hemisphere, this hydroid is primarily a temperate zone species that does not penetrate far into boreal waters (Fraser 1944;Cornelius 1988Cornelius , 1990Cornelius , 1995b; this study), and it is completely absent in subarctic and Arctic regions (Naumov 1960;Calder 1970;Schuchert 2001a;Antsulevich 1915). Also worthy of further investigation is the identity of a population of hydroids resembling O. bidentata, but having very small colonies (<1 cm) and small hydrothecae, that inhabits oligohaline areas at the head of estuaries on the Atlantic coast of the United States.…”
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“…Meanwhile, on the basis of biogeography and apparent temperature tolerances of the species, records of O. bidentata from the Antarctic Ocean (reviewed in Peña Cantero & Gili 2006) seem open to reconsideration. In the northern hemisphere, this hydroid is primarily a temperate zone species that does not penetrate far into boreal waters (Fraser 1944;Cornelius 1988Cornelius , 1990Cornelius , 1995b; this study), and it is completely absent in subarctic and Arctic regions (Naumov 1960;Calder 1970;Schuchert 2001a;Antsulevich 1915). Also worthy of further investigation is the identity of a population of hydroids resembling O. bidentata, but having very small colonies (<1 cm) and small hydrothecae, that inhabits oligohaline areas at the head of estuaries on the Atlantic coast of the United States.…”
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confidence: 89%
“…Bay of Fundy: recorded for the first time. Eastern North America: Foxe Basin and Greenland to southern Massachusetts (Fraser 1944, 1947aCalder 1970;Schuchert 2007).…”
Section: Reports Of Hydroids From the East Coast Of North America Datmentioning
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