Limnomedusae

Limnomedusae

[¦lim·nō·mə′dü·sē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A suborder of hydrozoan cnidarians in the order Hydroida characterized by naked hydroids.
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Suborden Athecata (Gymnoblastea, Anthomedusae), Thecata (Calyptoblastea, Leptomedusae) y Limnomedusae. Rev.
1, Anthomedusae, Leptomedusae, Limnomedusae, Trachymedusae, and Narcomedusae.
Leptothecata: Melicertidae Cnidaria: Hydrozoa: Olindias singulares Browne, Limnomedusae: Olindiidae 1905 Cnidaria: Hydrozoa: Phialella sp.
Occurrence of Moerisia lyonsi (Limnomedusae Moerisidae) in North America.
In this paper we present the finding of another invasive hydromedusa, Gonionemus vertens Agassiz, 1862 (Hydrozoa, Limnomedusae), found for the first time in the southern hemisphere.
Table 1 Comparison of hell morphology and kinematics and swimming performance of different medusan taxa that use different propulsive strategies as juveniles than their rowing adult forms Class Hydrozoa Hydrozoa Scyphozoa Order Leptomedusae Limnomedusae Semaeostomeae Genus Aequorea (1) Liriope (2) Cyanea (3) Juvenile Propulsive mode Jetting Rowing Paddling Size (cm) 0.1 0.2 0.2 Maximum velocity 2.8 1.6 0.7 (cm [s.sup.-1]) Max.
Occurrence of freshwater jellyfish Craspedacusta sowerbii (Lankester, 1880)(Hydrozoa, Limnomedusae) in a calcareous lake in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil.
Estudo filogeografico de duas especies de meduzoarios (Cnidaria), Liriope tetraphylla (Trachymedusae, Gerioniidae) e Olindias sambaquiensis (Limnomedusae, Olindiasidae), em uma regiao do Oceano Atlantico Sul-ocidental.
The Medusae of the British Isles: Anthomedusae, Leptomedusae, Limnomedusae, Trachymedusae and Narcomedusae.
Vertical distribution, morphology and diet of Proboscidactyla stellata (Cnidaria): Limnomedusae) in Lough Hyne Marine Reserve, Co.
The few reports of blooms or aggregations, as expected, regarded coastal and stinging species, specifically Olindias sambaquiensis Muller, 1861 (Limnomedusae) and Liriope tetraphylla (Chamisso & Eysenhardt, 1821) (Trachymedusae), locally known as "agua viva" and "tapioca respectively" (Mianzan & Zamponi, 1988; Mianzan et al., 2000).