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DOI: 10.1080/00222937408680964
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“…All currently reported carnivorous sponges belong to Cladorhizidae Dendy, 1922, a large poecilosclerid family with nine genera containing more than 175 currently recognized species (Van Soest et al, 2019). The majority of early species descriptions are from the North Atlantic (e.g., Carter, 1874Carter, , 1876Topsent, 1892;Lambe, 1900;Lundbeck, 1905;Topsent, 1909), though a smaller number of older species descriptions also exist for the Pacific (e.g., Ridley and Dendy, 1886;Lévi, 1964;Koltun, 1970).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%