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Pallas, P.S. (1766). Elenchus zoophytorum sistens generum adumbrationes generaliores et specierum cognitarum succintas descriptiones, cum selectis auctorum synonymis. Fransiscum Varrentrapp, Hagae. pp. 451.
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Pallas, P.S.
1766
Elenchus zoophytorum sistens generum adumbrationes generaliores et specierum cognitarum succintas descriptiones, cum selectis auctorum synonymis
Fransiscum Varrentrapp, Hagae
pp. 451
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Amphimedon rubens (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Callyspongia tubulosa (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Desmacidon frondosum (Pallas, 1766) accepted as Isodictya frondosa (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Echinodictyum fibrillosum (Pallas, 1766) accepted as Spongia fibrillosa Pallas, 1766 (original description)
Halichondria fastigiata (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Haliclona (Haliclona) cervicornis (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Haliclona (Haliclona) oculata (Linnaeus, 1759) (basis of record)
Haliclona rubens (sensu Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1864) accepted as Amphimedon compressa Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1864 (additional source)
Isodictya frondosa (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Phakellia crateriformis (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia agaricina Pallas, 1766 represented as Spongia (Spongia) agaricina Pallas, 1766 (original description)
Spongia basta Pallas, 1766 accepted as Ianthella basta (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia cavernosa Pallas, 1766 accepted as Hyattella cavernosa (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia cervicornis Pallas, 1766 accepted as Haliclona (Haliclona) cervicornis (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia crateriformis Pallas, 1766 accepted as Phakellia crateriformis (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia fasciculata Pallas, 1766 accepted as Sarcotragus fasciculatus (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia fastigiata Pallas, 1766 accepted as Halichondria fastigiata (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia fibrillosa Pallas, 1766 (original description)
Spongia fistularis Pallas, 1766 accepted as Aplysina fistularis (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia flabelliformis Linnaeus, 1759 accepted as Ianthella flabelliformis (Linnaeus, 1759) (basis of record)
Spongia floribunda Pallas, 1766 (original description)
Spongia foliascens Pallas, 1766 accepted as Carteriospongia foliascens (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia frondosa Pallas, 1766 accepted as Isodictya frondosa (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia fulva Pallas, 1766 accepted as Aplysina fulva (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia lichenoides Pallas, 1766 (original description)
Spongia membranosa Pallas, 1766 accepted as Dendrilla membranosa (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia muricata Pallas, 1766 accepted as Trikentrion muricatum (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia nodosa Linnaeus, 1759 (additional source)
Spongia oculata Linnaeus, 1759 accepted as Haliclona (Haliclona) oculata (Linnaeus, 1759) (basis of record)
Spongia oculata sensu Pallas, 1766 accepted as Haliclona (Haliclona) oculata (Linnaeus, 1759) (original description)
Spongia panicea Pallas, 1766 accepted as Halichondria (Halichondria) panicea (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia papillaris Pallas, 1766 accepted as Halichondria (Halichondria) papillaris (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia rubens Pallas, 1766 accepted as Amphimedon rubens (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia sinuosa Pallas, 1766 accepted as Hyattella sinuosa (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia strigosa Pallas, 1766 accepted as Phakellia ventilabrum (Linnaeus, 1767) (original description)
Spongia tubulosa Pallas, 1766 accepted as Callyspongia tubulosa (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia tupha Pallas, 1766 accepted as Dysidea tupha (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Spongia villosa Pallas, 1766 accepted as Callyspongia (Cladochalina) villosa (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
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Medusa with apical projection, manubrium cylindrical, mouth simple, tubular; four radial canals; four conical ... [details]

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Hydroid phase unknown. Medusa with narrow manubrium, no peduncle; closed marginal vesicles; adaxial ocelli; four ... [details]

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Hydroid colony stolonal or erect, rect ones often polysiphonic; hydrothecae very large, bell-shaped, borne on smooth ... [details]

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Hydroid colony stolonal or branched; hydrotheca usually campanulate or cylindrical, adnate or upright, with or ... [details]

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Hydroid solitary or forming pseudo-colonies. Hydrocaulus short, with tubular or root-like adhesive processes, with ... [details]

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Hydroid colony stolonal, hydrotheca sessile, tubular turning gradually into a pyramidal operculum formed by ... [details]

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Hydroid colonial, stolonal simple or sparingly branched, hydranth club-shaped, one whorl of moniliform or capitate ... [details]

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Hydroids colonial, polymorphic, forming erect and branched or unbranched stems resulting from the addition of ... [details]

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Hydroid colony arborescent through skeleton of complexly fused chitinous stolons; hydrotheca tubular, entierly or ... [details]

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Hydroids sessile, usually not polymorphic, hydrorhiza reticulate, covered by perisarc, without spines; hydranth ... [details]

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Hydroid: unknown. Medusa umbrella with apical projection. Manubrium on gastric peduncle, four unbranched oral ... [details]

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Hydroid colony forming a chitinized hydrorhizal stolonal plate; hydranths columnar, with thickened, ridged ... [details]

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Hydroid: unknown. Medusa: umbrella lobed, divided by peronial grooves or similar structures; four radial canals; ... [details]

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Hydroid with moniliform or modified moniliform tentacles, scattered or in one whorl around middle part of the ... [details]

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Hydroid: unknown. Anthoathecata with two opposite simple and two opposite bifurcated radial canals, so that six ... [details]

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Hydroids monomorphic or polymorphic, sessile, stolonal, or branched colonies. Gastrozooids bearing filiform ... [details]

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Hydroid colony pinnate, occasionally bushy, stem monosiphonic, giving rise alternately from opposite sides to two ... [details]

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Hydroids sessile, hydrorhiza fromed by creeping naked stolons, epizooic on tubes sabellid polychaetes; hydranths ... [details]

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Hydroids stolonal, arising from creeping stolons; hydranths on short hydrocaulus; hydrorhiza and hydrocaulus ... [details]

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Solitary, small, elongated hydroids usually living in brackish-waters; without tentacles and gonophores, pedal ... [details]

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Hydroids sessile, hydrorhiza stolonal, reticular or encrusting and covered by naked coenosarc; hydranths ... [details]

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Hydroids sessile, hydrorhiza stolonal, reticular or encrusting and covered by naked coenosarc; hydranths polymorphic; ... [details]

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Hydroid stolonal or sessile, polymorphic; hydrorhiza tubular, covered with perisarc; gastrozooid naked, columnar, ... [details]

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Hydroid forming large, branching colony, with chitinous internal anastomosing skeleton formed by coalescence and ... [details]

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Hydroid colony erect, branched, usually flabellate, more rarely encrusting, with a thick calcareous exoskeleton ... [details]

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Hydroids sessile, stolons covered by thin perisarc; hydranth with a collar-like tube of perisarc at base, with one ... [details]

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Hydroid phase so far unknown. Medusa umbrella conical or dome-shaped, without apical chamber; manubrium broadly ... [details]



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