Physical Description

Diagnostic Description

Diagnosis

Physonectae with a biserial arrangement of nectophores in the nectosome, nectophores on the nectosome are budded off, with the exception of Athorybia which lacks them, on the dorsal side of the stem; the pallial canal consists of ascending and descending branches; the colonies are monoecious.
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Molecular Biology and Genetics

Molecular Biology

Statistics of barcoding coverage

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) Stats
Specimen Records:59
Specimens with Sequences:42
Specimens with Barcodes:41
Species:14
Species With Barcodes:13
Public Records:35
Public Species:13
Public BINs:13
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Wikipedia

Agalmatidae

The Agalmatidae or Agalmidae are a family of siphonophores.

Genera[edit]

Former genera[edit]

  • Agalmopsis Sars, 1846 accepted as Agalma Eschscholtz, 1825
  • Lynchagalma accepted as Lychnagalma Haeckel, 1888
  • Moseria Totton, 1965 accepted as Resomia Pugh, 2006

Nomen dubium[edit]

The following names of uncertain status have been placed in the family.

References[edit]

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