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Abstract One hundred six species of Bryozoa collected from the northern Adriatic in the vicinity of Rovinj, Croatia, are distributed among the orders Ctenostomata (8 species), Cheilostomata (79Expand
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Cretaceous Bryozoa from the Campanian and Maastrichtian of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains, United States
The Late Cretaceous bryozoan fauna of North America has been severely neglected in the past. In this preliminary study based on museum material and a limited amount of fieldwork, we describe a totalExpand
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Morphology, Anatomy, and Systematics of the Cinctiporidae, New Family (Bryozoa: Stenolaemata)
Boardman, Richard S., Frank K. McKinney, and Paul D. Taylor. Morphology, Anatomy, and Systematics of the Cinctiporidae, New Family (Bryozoa: Stenolaemata). Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology,Expand
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Bryozoan Monticules: Excurrent Water Outlets?
Monticules, regularly arranged modified areas on Paleozoic Bryozoa, may represent regions from which water currents produced by lophophores of adjacent feeding zoids escaped. Such circulationExpand
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Competition, clade replacement, and a history of cyclostome and cheilostome bryozoan diversity
One of the striking yet scarcely documented episodes of clade replacement in the post- Paleozoic fossil record is the decline of cyclostome Bryozoa and the corresponding, rapid diversi- fication ofExpand
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One hundred million years of competitive interactions between bryozoan clades: asymmetrical but not escalating
Abstract Direct evidence of competition is seldom available from the fossil record. Overgrowth relationships of encrusting marine organisms constitute an exception but have previously been reportedExpand
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A turn in the right direction: simulation of erect spiral growth in the bryozoans Archimedes and Bugula
Colonies of the fossil bryozoan Archimedes and erect, spiralled species of the living bryozoan Bugula consist of wedge-shaped systems of radially diverging, bifurcated branches that extend from aExpand
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Spacing and chasing in breeding ducks
The behaviour of breeding ducks is described in terms of the relationship of the pair to its home range and the responses of pairs to one another. There are specific, sex, and seasonal variations inExpand
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