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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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Qian, "Onset and maintenance of metamorphic competence in the marine polychaete Hydroides elegans Haswell in response to three chemical cues," Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, vol.
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.
Bastida-Zabala JR, Salazar Vanejo S (2000) Serpulidos (Polychaeta: Serpulidae) del Caribe noroccidental Hydroides y Serpula Rev.
Como especies mas abundantes resultaron Hydroides dirampha Morch, 1863, Pileolaria militaris Claparede, 1868 (Serpulidae), y Notaulax nudicollis Kroyer, 1856 (Sabellidae).
The tube-building serpulid polychaete Hydroides elegans (Haswell, 1883) serves as a useful model to study the molecular underpinnings of annelid biomineralization.
In September, Schizoporella unicornis were observed, and in October, Hydroides dianthus were also observed.
De la stolonisation chez les hydroides. Comptes rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances l'Acad.
Settlement of the tube worm Hydroides dianthus (Polychaeta: Serpulidae): cues for gregarious settlement.