Hydroida


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Hydroida

[hī′drȯi·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of cnidarians in the class Hydrozoa including usually colonial forms with a well-developed polyp stage.
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Rainy period P1 P2 Hydroida 32 [+ or -] 44 24 [+ or -] 8 Nematoda 100 [+ or -] 100 Gastropoda (veliger) 1360 960 [+ or -] 1350 Pelecypoda (veliger) 2950 3080 [+ or -] 4360 Polychaeta (larvae) 63 [+ or -] 6 191 [+ or -] 66 Cladocera Penilia avirostris Dana, 10 [+ or -] 10 21 [+ or -] 30 1852 Copepoda Paracalanus quasimodo 1930 [+ or -] 216 132 [+ or -] 220 Bowman, 1971 Parvocalanus crassirostris 1062 [+ or -] 1266 2211 [+ or -] 973 F.
On the construction and limitation of genera among the Hydroida.
Report on the Hydroida collected during the exploration of the Gulf Stream by L.
Hydroida from the "Michael Sars" North Atlantic Deep Sea Expedition 1910.
Report on the Hydroida collected during the exploration of the Gulf Stream and Gulf of Mexico by Alexander Agassiz, 1877-88.
Hydroida (Cordylophora lacustris, Hydra) dominated drift composition in both November and April (56%, 89% of total abundance, respectively).
In the lower Mississippi River, the engulfing predator group was composed of sessile (Hydra) and stalked colonial (Cordylophora lacustris) Hydroida.
Of the Gymnoblastic or tubularian hydroids: I The hydroida in general, II The genera and species of the Gymnoblastea.
Report on the Hydroida collected by the "BALGIM" expedition in and around the Strait of Gibraltar.
The Hydroida of the Pacific coast of North America.
Enumeracion sistematica y distribucion geografica preliminar de los Hydroida de la Republica Argentina.