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Bergquist, P.R.; Tizard, C.A. (1967). Australian Intertidal Sponges from the Darwin Area. Micronesica. 3 (2): 175-202.
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Bergquist, P.R.; Tizard, C.A.
1967
Australian Intertidal Sponges from the Darwin Area
Micronesica
3 (2): 175-202
Publication
Australia
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Adocia muricata (Ridley, 1884) accepted as Haliclona muricata (Ridley, 1884) (source of synonymy)
Adocia turquoisia de Laubenfels, 1954 accepted as Haliclona turquoisia (de Laubenfels, 1954) (additional source)
Cinachyra australiensis (Carter, 1886) accepted as Cinachyrella australiensis (Carter, 1886) (additional source)
Clathria reinwardti Vosmaer, 1880 represented as Clathria (Thalysias) reinwardti Vosmaer, 1880 (basis of record)
Clathria reinwardti var. palmata Ridley, 1884 accepted as Clathria (Thalysias) vulpina (Lamarck, 1814) (basis of record)
Coelocarteria singaporense (Carter, 1883) accepted as Coelocarteria singaporensis (Carter, 1883) (additional source)
Dysidea herbacea (Keller, 1889) accepted as Lamellodysidea herbacea (Keller, 1889) (additional source)
Geodia globostellifera Carter, 1880 (basis of record)
Iotrochota baculifera Ridley, 1884 (additional source)
Ircinia irregularis (Poléjaeff, 1884) (additional source)
Ircinia spiculosa (Hentschel, 1912) (basis of record)
Isociella eccentrica (Burton, 1934) accepted as Clathria (Isociella) eccentrica (Burton, 1934) (source of synonymy)
Isociella jacksoniana (Dendy, 1897) accepted as Clathria (Isociella) macropora Lendenfeld, 1888 (source of synonymy)
Jaspis topsenti Thiele, 1900 accepted as Tectitethya topsenti (Thiele, 1900) (additional source)
Mycale (Carmia) digitata Bergquist & Tizard, 1967 accepted as Mycale (Mycale) digitata Bergquist & Tizard, 1867 (original description)
Psammaplysilla purpurea (Carter, 1880) accepted as Pseudoceratina purpurea (Carter, 1880) (additional source)
Pseudaxinyssa stipitata Bergquist & Tizard, 1967 accepted as Cymbastela stipitata (Bergquist & Tizard, 1967) (original description)
Sigmadocia symbiotica Bergquist & Tizard, 1967 accepted as Haliclona (Gellius) cymaeformis (Esper, 1806) (original description)
Spirastrella vagabunda Ridley, 1884 accepted as Spheciospongia vagabunda (Ridley, 1884) (additional source)
Verongia ianthelliformis (Lendenfeld, 1888) accepted as Suberea ianthelliformis (Lendenfeld, 1888) (basis of record)
Xestospongia exigua (Kirkpatrick, 1900) accepted as Neopetrosia chaliniformis (Thiele, 1899) (additional source)
Arnhem Coast to Gulf of Carpenteria for Ircinia spiculosa (Hentschel, 1912) 
Arnhem Coast to Gulf of Carpenteria for Sigmadocia symbiotica Bergquist & Tizard, 1967 
Bonaparte Coast for Adocia muricata (Ridley, 1884) 
Bonaparte Coast for Adocia turquoisia de Laubenfels, 1954 
Bonaparte Coast for Cinachyra australiensis (Carter, 1886) 
Bonaparte Coast for Clathria reinwardti Vosmaer, 1880 
Bonaparte Coast for Coelocarteria singaporense (Carter, 1883) 
Bonaparte Coast for Dysidea herbacea (Keller, 1889) 
Bonaparte Coast for Geodia globostellifera Carter, 1880 
Bonaparte Coast for Iotrochota baculifera Ridley, 1884 
Bonaparte Coast for Ircinia irregularis (Poléjaeff, 1884) 
Bonaparte Coast for Isociella eccentrica (Burton, 1934) 
Bonaparte Coast for Jaspis topsenti Thiele, 1900 
Bonaparte Coast for Mycale (Carmia) digitata Bergquist & Tizard, 1967 
Bonaparte Coast for Psammaplysilla purpurea (Carter, 1880) 
Bonaparte Coast for Pseudaxinyssa stipitata Bergquist & Tizard, 1967 
Bonaparte Coast for Spirastrella vagabunda Ridley, 1884 
Bonaparte Coast for Verongia ianthelliformis (Lendenfeld, 1888) 
Bonaparte Coast for Xestospongia exigua (Kirkpatrick, 1900) 
 Reproduction

Larvae at all stages of development; 420-480µm in diameter; presence of isochalae, fine styles & toxa dragmata. ... [details]



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