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Revision as of 11:09, 6 May 2015

Cyphonautes

Cyphonautes: Specific Bryozoa

Free-swimming bryozoan larva, the body is triangular, compressed and enclosed in a bivalve shell (see Ruppert & Barnes, 1996).




References: 
  • Ruppert, E.E. & Barnes, R.D., 1994. Invertebrate zoology (6th ed.). Fort Worth, USA: Saunders College Publishing.






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