Anthomedusae


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Anthomedusae

[‚an·thō·mi′dü·sē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A suborder of hydrozoan cnidarians in the order Hydroida characterized by athecate polyps.
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GenBank accession Species Class number Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis Vertebrata NP_001011170 Xenopus laevis Vertebrata NP_001080214 Oreochromis niloticus Vertebrata XP_003438197 Danio rerio Vertebrata NP_998052 Bos taurus Vertebrata NP_001029981 Camponotus floridanus Arthropoda EFN69732 Daphnia pulex Arthropoda EFX82491 Hydra magnipapillata Anthomedusae XP_002160778 Crassostrea gigas Mollusca EKC28333 Number of Sequence Species amino acids identities (%) Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis 226Aa 41 Xenopus laevis 226Aa 41 Oreochromis niloticus 227Aa 39 Danio rerio 227Aa 39 Bos taurus 230Aa 39 Camponotus floridanus 226Aa 41 Daphnia pulex 226Aa 40 Hydra magnipapillata 228Aa 40 Crassostrea gigas 224Aa 40
1, Anthomedusae, Leptomedusae, Limnomedusae, Trachymedusae, and Narcomedusae.
Only four species of Hydra (Class Hydrozoa, Subclass Anthomedusae, Family Hydridae) are known in Brazil: Hydra viridissima Pallas, 1766 (Cordero, 1939; Wolle, 1978), Hydra iheringi Cordero, 1939 (Cordero, 1939), Hydra intermedia Wolle, 1978 (Wolle, 1978) and Hydra salmacidis Silveira, Gomes and Silva, 1997 (Silveira et al.
Table 1 Cnidarian jellyfish species used for feeding experiments of phyllosoma larvae Class Order Species Number of Experiments Scyphozoa* Semaeosiomeae Aurelia aurita > 10 Aurelia aurita > 10 (ephyraev and young medusae) Chrysaora pacifiea > 10 Sanderia malayensis 4 Rhizostomeae Mastigias papua 2 Nemopilema nomurai Hydrozoa Anthomedusae Nemopsis dofleini 4 Spirocodon saltalor > 10 Velella velella 1 Leptomedusae Aequorea S coerulescens Siphonophorae Physalia physafis 1 Cubozoa Cubomedusae Carybdea rastoni 2 * Bell diameters of scyphozoan medusae used for the examinations ranged from 30 to 100 mm.
A survey on Anthomedusae (Hydrozoa: Hydroidomedusae) from the Taiwan Strait with description of new species and new combinations.
On new genus, species and record of Laingiomedusae and Anthomedusae in Fujian coast (Cnidaria, Hydroidomedusae).
One strategy, observed among leptomedusae and anthomedusae, is to swim via jet propulsion as juveniles (Weston et al.
The Medusae of the British Isles: Anthomedusae, Leptomedusae, Limnomedusae, Trachymedusae and Narcomedusae.
Some groups, as Lepto- and Anthomedusae have metagenic life cycles with benthic stages, alternating sexual and asexual reproductive processes that may lead to seasonally jellyfish blooms in coastal waters (Palma & Rosales, 1995; Palma & Apablaza, 2006; Purcell et al.