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Fraser, C. M. (1943). New species of hydroids, mostly from the Atlantic Ocean, in the United States National Museum. Proceedings of the United States National Museum. 91: 77-89, pls. 13-17.
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Fraser, C. M.
1943
New species of hydroids, mostly from the Atlantic Ocean, in the United States National Museum
Proceedings of the United States National Museum
91: 77-89, pls. 13-17
Publication
Publication date is 1943 and not 1941 as indicated on title page of volume
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Western Atlantic warm temperate to boreal
Systematics, Taxonomy
Zoogeography, Biogeography (generalities), Geographic distribution
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Aglaophenia transitionis Fraser, 1943 (original description)
Campanularia fasciculata Fraser, 1943 (original description)
Diphasia robusta Fraser, 1943 (original description)
Egmundella grandis Fraser, 1943 (original description)
Halecium dubium Fraser, 1943 (original description)
Halecium tensum Fraser, 1943 (original description)
Hydractinia valens Fraser, 1943 (original description)
Lampra uvularis Fraser, 1943 accepted as Corymorpha uvularis (Fraser, 1943) (original description)
Lictorella crassitheca Fraser, 1943 accepted as Zygophylax crassitheca (Fraser, 1943) (original description)
Obelia racemosa Fraser, 1943 accepted as Obelia dichotoma (Linnaeus, 1758) (original description)
Plumularia polynema Fraser, 1943 (original description)
Symplectanea Fraser, 1943 accepted as Monocoryne Broch, 1910 (original description)
Symplectanea bracteata Fraser, 1943 accepted as Monocoryne bracteata (Fraser, 1943) (original description)
Symplectaneidae Fraser, 1943 accepted as Candelabridae Stechow, 1921 (original description)
Tubularia crassa Fraser, 1943 (original description)
Marthas Vineyard for Tubularia crassa Fraser, 1943 
 Publication date

Publication date is 1943 as indicated on title page of the volume, [details]

 Reproduction

The gonophores are likely fixed sporosacs, however, the description of Fraser is unprecise. [details]

 Type locality

Canada, Nova Scotia, off Cape Breton, Western Bank, 50-65 fathoms [details]