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Identifying monophyletic groups within Bugula sensu lato (Bryozoa, Buguloidea)
Species in the genus Bugula are globally distributed. They are most abundant in tropical and temperate shallow waters, but representatives are found in polar regions. Seven species occur in theExpand
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Diversity and taxonomy of rocky‐intertidal Bryozoa on the Island of Hawaii, USA
This study examines the diversity of bryozoans found at four rocky intertidal sites (Kiholo Bay, Whittington Beach Park, Kealakekua Bay, and Kapa'a Beach Park) on the Island of Hawaii, USA. BryozoansExpand
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Bryozoa, Cheilostomata: first records of two invasive species in Australia and the northerly range extension for a third
Biofouling of international marine vessels is one of the most important mechanisms for the transfer of non-native-invasive species around the world. Bryozoan species are some of the commonest ofExpand
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Review of the bryozoan genus Bryopesanser Tilbrook, 2006 (Escharinidae: Cheilostomata) with the description of 11 new species
Geographically widespread material originally assigned to the Floridan species Bryopesanser pesanseris (Smitt, 1873)was thoroughly examined and found to mask a hitherto unknown diversity. Smitt’sExpand
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Revision of the north‐eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean species of the genera Herentia and Therenia (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata)
The cheilostome genera Herentia Gray and Therenia David and Pouyet, placed in the recently established family Escharinidae Tilbrook, were hitherto generally regarded as synonyms of Escharina MilneExpand
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New sub-Arctic species of the tropical genus Antropora (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata): a gastropod–pagurid crab associate
Antropora commandorica sp. nov. is described from the Commander Islands (Bering Sea). This species is unique within the bryozoan genus Antropora in its sub-Arctic distribution; all other knownExpand
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Description of Hippopodina feegeensis and three other species of Hippopodina Levinsen, 1909 (Bryozoa: Cheilostomatida)
Four species of the genus Hippopodina Levinsen, 1909 are described from material originally attributed to Hippopodina feegeensis (Busk, 1884). The type species Lepralia feegeensis is redescribed andExpand
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Scrupocellaria (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata) from the Queensland coast, with the description of three new species
Among the Scrupocellaria species previously reported from Queensland, three are here redescribed — S. cervicornis, S. curvata and S. diadema; two other species, S. frondis and S. sinuosa, areExpand
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Indo-West Pacific species of the genus Stylopoma Levinsen, 1909 (Bryozoa: Cheilostomatida)
Twenty-one species of Stylopoma Levinsen, 1909 are described and illustrated with scanning electron micrographs. S. spongites (Pallas, 1766), the type species, is redescribed from the neotypeExpand
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