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Aglaopheniidae Marktanner-Turneretscher, 1890

1605  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1605)

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  1. Genus Aglaophenia Lamouroux, 1812
  2. Genus Aglaophenopsis Fewkes, 1881
  3. Genus Carpocladus Vervoort & Watson, 2003
  4. Genus Cladocarpoides Bogle, 1984
  5. Genus Cladocarpus Allman, 1874
  6. Genus Gymnangium Hincks, 1874
  7. Genus Lytocarpia Kirchenpauer, 1872
  8. Genus Macrorhynchia Kirchenpauer, 1872
  9. Genus Monoserius Marktanner-Turneretscher, 1890
  10. Genus Nematocarpus Broch, 1918
  11. Genus Pachyrhynchia Kirchenpauer, 1872
  12. Genus Streptocaulus Allman, 1883
  13. Genus Taxella Allman, 1874
  14. Genus Wanglaophenia Vervoort & Watson, 2003
  15. Genus Acanthocladium Allman, 1883 accepted as Lytocarpia Kirchenpauer, 1872
  16. Genus Aglaophenoides Fraser, 1943 accepted as Aglaophenia Lamouroux, 1812 (synonym)
  17. Genus Aglophenia accepted as Aglaophenia Lamouroux, 1812 (misspelling)
  18. Genus Anisocalyx Costa, 1842 accepted as Aglaophenia Lamouroux, 1812 (synonym)
  19. Genus Cladocarpella Bale, 1915 accepted as Streptocaulus Allman, 1883
  20. Genus Dinotheca Stechow, 1911 accepted as Cladocarpus Allman, 1874 (synonym)
  21. Genus Diplocheilus Allman, 1883 accepted as Pycnotheca Stechow, 1919
  22. Genus Haliaria Stechow, 1921 accepted as Gymnangium Hincks, 1874 (synonym)
  23. Genus Halicetta Stechow, 1921 accepted as Gymnangium Hincks, 1874 (synonym)
  24. Genus Halicornaria Allman, 1874 accepted as Gymnangium Hincks, 1874 (invalid junior homonym of Halicornaria Hincks, 1865)
  25. Genus Lytocarpus Allman, 1883 accepted as Macrorhynchia Kirchenpauer, 1872 (synonym)
  26. Genus Makrorhynchia Kirchenpauer, 1872 accepted as Macrorhynchia Kirchenpauer, 1872 (unaccepted > misspelling)
  27. Genus Nematophorus Clarke, 1878 accepted as Macrorhynchia Kirchenpauer, 1872 (synonym)
  28. Genus Pleurocarpa Fewkes, 1881 accepted as Macrorhynchia Kirchenpauer, 1872 (synonym)
  29. Genus Thecocarpus Nutting, 1900 accepted as Lytocarpia Kirchenpauer, 1872 (synonym)
  30. Genus Theocarpus Nutting, 1900 accepted as Thecocarpus Nutting, 1900 accepted as Lytocarpia Kirchenpauer, 1872 (misspelling)
  31. Genus Tropidopathes Silberfeld, 1909 accepted as Gymnangium Hincks, 1874 (synonym)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
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Schuchert, P. (2024). World Hydrozoa Database. Aglaopheniidae Marktanner-Turneretscher, 1890. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: https://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1605 on 2024-03-02
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context source (Hexacorallia) Fautin, Daphne G. (2013). Hexacorallians of the World. (look up in IMIS[details]   

basis of record Bouillon, J.; Boero, F. (2000). Synopsis of the families and genera of the Hydromedusae of the world, with a list of the worldwide species. <i>Thalassia Salent. 24</i>: 47-296 (look up in IMIS[details]   
 
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Diagnosis Colony forming upright pinnate shoots, mono- or polysiphonic, branched or unbranched, arising from creeping hydrorhiza or from anchoring filaments; hydrocladia alternate or opposite in one plane, or arranged spirally; hydrothecae uniseriate, usually completely adnate, with or without marginal cusps, with or without intrathecal septum, absent from hydrocaulus except in basalmost segment; nematophores with nematothecae, not as naked sarcostyles; nematothecae at least partially fused to hydrothecae, one-chambered (monothalamic) and immovable; hydrotheca typically flanked with one pair of lateral nematothecae, and with an unpaired median inferior nematotheca that may be doubled or have two terminal apertures; sometimes also a pair of superior nematothecae; gonothecae lacking nematothecae, unprotected, or surrounded by curved branches in phylactocarp, or nearly completely enclosed within corbulae; fixed sporosacs or swimming gonophores. [details]
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Japanese アカガヤ科  [details]