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hydroid

[′hī‚drȯid]
(invertebrate zoology)
The polyp form of a hydrozoan cnidarian. Also known as hydroid polyp; hydropolyp.
Any member of the Hydroida.
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For three of these species, taxonomic adjustments have been made at the family level: according to Blake (1993), Pilargis mirasetis, initially included in the family Pilargidae, belongs to the genus Santelma, in the family Nautiliniellidae established in 1993 by Blake; Flabelligella macrochaeta (Flabelligeridae) is a member of the family Acrocirridae by Light (1978); and the serpulid Hydroides glandiferum is a type of the genus Olgaharmania by Rioja (1941b) within the Serpulidae.
Zibrowius HE (1971) Les especies Mediterranennes du gendre Hydroides (Polychaeta: Serpulidae) remarques sur le pretendu polymorphisme de Hydroides uncinata.
Vexar screens (Conwed, Minneapolis, MN) bearing adult specimens of Hydroides elegans were collected from Pearl Harbor, HI, and maintained in outdoor aquaria with running seawater at the Kewalo Marine Laboratory, Honolulu, HI.
Limy tube worms Hydroides dianthus were not present until in November of the second growing season, a year later than on the cultch, and Anadara oralis were detected a month later on shells with oysters than on the cultch.
Composition and density of bacterial biofilms determine larval settlement of the polychaete Hydroides elegans.
A partir de la revision de mas de 450 ejemplares de Hydroides y Serpula, 12 especies de la region del Gran Caribe fueron identificadas y caracterizadas.
Year and Month July October January Species Phyla 2004 2004 2005 Cliona celata Porifera - - - Unidentified hydroid Cnidaria - + + Diadumene lineata Cnidaria - + + Unidentified bryozoan Bryozoa - + + Membranipora tenuis Bryozoa - + + Boonea impressa Mollusca - + + Brachidontes exustus Mollusca + + + Crassostrea virginica Mollusca + + + Crepidula maculosa Mollusca - + + Geukensia demissa Mollusca - + + Littorina meleagris Mollusca + + + Nassarius obsoletus Mollusca + + + Sphenia antillensis Mollusca - - + Hydroides sp.
There are, however, three exceptions in which a role for GPCRs as mediators for metamorphosis has not been supported by experimental data: in the polychaete Hydroides elegans (Holm et al.