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Bryozoans in this family form erect, bushy; or creeping colonies. Autozooids in clumps or paired series, budding from a kenozooidal stolon, caducous; more or less bilaterally symmetrical, slightly tapered proximally. Lophophore with eight tentacles, campylonemidan; no gizzard. Asymmetric erector muscles impart mobility to autozooids. Embryos brooded in tentacle sheath.

(Hayward, 1985)


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Source: Bryozoa of the British Isles

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