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Winston, J. E.; Hayward, P. J. (2012). The marine bryozoans of the northeast coast of the United States: Maine to Virginia. Virginia Museum of Natural History Memoir. 11, 1-180.
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Winston, J. E.; Hayward, P. J.
2012
The marine bryozoans of the northeast coast of the United States: Maine to Virginia
Virginia Museum of Natural History Memoir
11, 1-180
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This guidebook describes the most common species of intertidal (the area that is above water at low tide and under water at high tide) and subtidal (below the low-tide mark but still shallow and close to shore) bryozoans of the northeast coast of North America from Maine to Virginia. Bryozoans are colonial invertebrate animals that live in water and filter food particles out of the water using retractable tentacles.
Western Atlantic warm temperate to boreal
Systematics, Taxonomy
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The correct family for Conopeum remains uncertain: the lack of twinned ancestrulae is evidence for the Electridae; ... [details]

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