Zoanthidea

Zoanthidea

[‚zō·ən′thid·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of anthozoans in the subclass Zoantharia; these are mostly colonial, sedentary, skeletonless, anemonelike animals that live in warm, shallow waters and coral reefs.
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The Order Zoanthidea members are colonial anthozoarians, usually connected through a stolon on their lower parts.
variabilis (Cnidaria, Zoanthidea), which is very common in the Brazilian and Caribbean coasts.
Reproductive biology of Palythoa caribaeorum and Protopalythoa variabilis (Cnidaria, Anthozoa, Zoanthidea) from the southeastern coast of Brazil.
Chemical control of feeding behavior and role of glicina in the nutrition of Zoanthus (Coelenterata: Zoanthidea).
A review of the genus Isaurus Gray 1828 (Zoanthidea),.
Reproductive biology and growth of the genus Epizoanthus (Zoanthidea) from the north-east Atlantic.
Reproduction in Zoanthidea (Anthozoa, Hexacorallia).
Anthozoa: Actiniaria, Zoanthidea, Corallimorpharia and Ceriantharia.
Chemical control of feeding behaviour and role of glycine in nutrition of Zoanthus (Coelenterata, Zoanthidea).