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Laomedea flexuosa
Laomedea flexuosa
Description Laomedea flexuosa Alder, 1857 (Leptothecata, Campanulariidae), colony hight about 3 cm, Dunstaffnage, Scotland. Laomedea flexuosa is a very common hydroid in the the lower intertidal of the north-eastern Atlantic. It has no medusa stage, the gonohores develop into sporosacs. The oblong gonothecae filled with sporosacs are visible on the left side of the colony. Author Schuchert, Peter JPG file - 1.05 MB - 1 536 x 2 048 pixelsmore
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Camera Maker: Nikon
Camera Model: E995
Image Title:
Original Time Taken: 2004:05:05 10:50:00
Time Digitized: 2004:05:05 10:50:00
Shutter Speed: 1/125 sec
Aperture: f/6.2
ISO Sensitivity: 200
Exposure Compensation: 0 EV
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash Fired: No Flash
Original Width: 1536 pixels
Original Height: 2048 pixels
Orientation: 1: Horizontal (normal)
Focal Length: 19.6 mm
added on 2006-12-213 008 viewsWRiMS taxaDigital photo, entire species Laomedea Lamouroux, 1812checked Schuchert, Peter 2024-02-20Digital photo, entire species Laomedea flexuosa Alder, 1857checked Schuchert, Peter 2024-02-20 Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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