Cheilostomata


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Cheilostomata

[‚kī·lə′stō·məd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of ectoproct bryozoans in the class Gymnolaemata possessing delicate erect or encrusting colonies composed of loosely grouped zooecia.
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Se identificaron diez especies de briozoos pertenecientes a la Clase Gymnolaemata, de los cuales siete son del Orden Cheilostomata y tres del Ctenostomata (Tabla 1).
Cheilostomata Trustees of the British Museum, London, pp.
A Finales del Cretacico declinaron y cedieron su espacio a los Cheilostomata (Gymnolaemata), que dominaron desde entonces hasta el presente (Zaton and Taylor, 2009).
The detectable Maastrichtian diversity was high at nearly two dozen species belonging to nine families of Cheilostomata and two families of Cyclostomata.
neritina funicular system is lacking, although cincture cells have been reported in other Cheilostomata bryozoans (Stricker, 1989; Lutaud, 1991; Ostrovsky, 1998).
X X Introduced Polyandrocarpa X Cryptogenic anguinea (Sluiter, 1898) Polyandrocarpa X Cryptogenic zorritensis (Van Name, 1931) Styela canopus X X Cryptogenic (Savigny, 1816) Styela plicata X X Introduced (Lesueur, 1823) Pyuridae Herdmania X X X Cryptogenic Hartmeyer, pallida 1908 (Heller, 1878) Microscosmus X X Cryptogenic exasperatus Heller, 1878 Bryozoa Gymnolaemata Cheilostomata Aeteidae Aetea anguina X Cryptogenic Smitt, 1868 (Linnaeus, 1758) Aetea sp.