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Totton, A. K. (1954). Siphonophora of the Indian Ocean together with systematic and biological notes on related specimens from other oceans. Discovery Rep. 27: 1-162.
Totton, A. K.
Siphonophora of the Indian Ocean together with systematic and biological notes on related specimens from other oceans
Discovery Rep
27: 1-162
Indian Ocean
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Abylinae L. Agassiz, 1862 (additional source)
Abylopsinae Totton, 1954 (original description)
Agalma elegans (M. Sars, 1846) (additional source)
Amphicaryon ernesti Totton, 1954 (original description)
Athorybia rosacea (Forsskål, 1775) (additional source)
Bargmannia Totton, 1954 (original description)
Bargmannia elongata Totton, 1954 (original description)
Chuniphyes moserae Totton, 1954 (original description)
Eudoxia macra Totton, 1954 accepted as Lensia cossack Totton, 1941 (original description)
Forskalia Kölliker, 1853 (additional source)
Forskalia edwardsii Kölliker, 1853 (additional source)
Lensia leloupi Totton, 1954 (original description)
Lensia meteori (Leloup, 1934) (new combination reference)
Lensia reticulata Totton, 1954 accepted as Gilia reticulata (Totton, 1954) (original description)
Maresearsia Totton, 1954 (original description)
Maresearsia Totton, 1954 (basis of record)
Maresearsia praeclara Totton, 1954 (original description)
Maresearsia praeclara Totton, 1954 (ecology source)
Marrus Totton, 1954 (original description)
Marrus antarcticus Totton, 1954 (original description)
Marrus antarcticus Totton, 1954 (ecology source)
Marrus orthocanna (Kramp, 1942) (additional source)
Marrus orthocannoides Totton, 1954 (original description)
Muggiaea bargmannae Totton, 1954 (original description)
Nectadamas diomedeae (Bigelow, 1911) (additional source)
Nectopyramis Bigelow, 1911 (new combination reference)
Nectopyramis natans (Bigelow, 1911) (new combination reference)
Nectopyramis thetis Bigelow, 1911 (additional source)
Stephanomia rubra (Vogt, 1852) accepted as Halistemma rubrum (Vogt, 1852) (additional source)
Sulculeolaria angusta Totton, 1954 accepted as Sulculeolaria turgida (Gegenbaur, 1854) (original description)
Sulculeolaria biloba (Sars, 1846) (basis of record)
Sulculeolariinae Totton, 1954 (basis of record)
Atlantic Europe for Athorybia rosacea (Forsskål, 1775) 
Central North Atlantic for Bargmannia elongata Totton, 1954 
Gulf of Aden for Abyla trigona Quoy & Gaimard, 1827 
Indian Ocean for Ceratocymba sagittata (Quoy & Gaimard, 1827) 
Indian Ocean for Chelophyes appendiculata (Eschscholtz, 1829) 
Indian Ocean for Chuniphyes moserae Totton, 1954 
Indian Ocean for Diphyes dispar Chamisso & Eysenhardt, 1821 
Indian Ocean for Enneagonum hyalinum Quoy & Gaimard, 1827 
Indian Ocean for Eudoxoides mitra (Huxley, 1859) 
Indian Ocean for Lensia fowleri (Bigelow, 1911) 
Indian Ocean for Sulculeolaria biloba (Sars, 1846) 
Indian Ocean for Sulculeolaria quadrivalvis de Blainville, 1830 
Indian Ocean, Antarctic and Southern Ocean for Nectadamas diomedeae (Bigelow, 1911) 
Indian Ocean, Antarctic and Southern Ocean for Nectopyramis thetis Bigelow, 1911 
Indian Ocean, Antarctic and Southern Ocean for Rosacea plicata Bigelow, 1911 
Pacific Ocean for Agalma okenii Eschscholtz, 1825 
Red Sea and Gulf of Aden for Sulculeolaria quadrivalvis de Blainville, 1830 
South African part of the South Atlantic Ocean for Gilia reticulata (Totton, 1954) 
South East Indian Ocean for Abylopsis tetragona (Otto, 1823) 
Southern Ocean for Crystallophyes amygdalina Moser, 1925 
Southern Ocean for Heteropyramis crystallina (Moser, 1925) 
Southern Ocean for Marrus antarcticus Totton, 1954 
Southern Ocean for Muggiaea bargmannae Totton, 1954 
Tropical Atlantic for Amphicaryon ernesti Totton, 1954 


Totton (1954) on this species and genus: Judging by figures all the specimens so named belong to species of ... [details]

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