Cribrimorph and Other Cauloramphus Species (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata) from the Northwestern Pacific

  title={Cribrimorph and Other Cauloramphus Species (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata) from the Northwestern Pacific},
  author={M. Dick and S. Mawatari and J. Sanner and A. V. Grischenko},
  booktitle={Zoological science},
We provide original descriptions for nine new species in the cheilostome bryozoan genus Cauloramphus (C. gracilis, C. Ordinarius, C. amphidisjunctus, C. cheliferoides, C. oshurkovi, C. infensus, C. parvus, C. peltatus, and C. ascofer) and a redescription of C. disjunctus Canu and Bassler, 1929. We delineate a group of eight species, here termed the ‘C. disjunctus clade,’ that have the opesial spine joints calcified to a greater or lesser extent in mature zooids; most also have paired… Expand
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