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Didemnidae Giard 1872

Didemnidae

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Didemnidae, or Didemnidæ, is a family of colonial tunicates in the order Enterogona.

These marine animals are found in shallow water on the seabed. Members of this family have small zooids that form encrusting colonies. The body of each zooid is divided into a thorax and an abdomen.[2]

Systematics

The World Register of Marine Species lists the following genera:[1]

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References

  1. ^ a b Gittenberger, Arjan (2013). "Didemnidae Giard, 1872". WoRMS. World Register of Marine Species. Retrieved 2014-02-11.
  2. ^ Lamare, Véronique; André, Frédéric (2014-02-02). "Atriolum robustum Kott, 1983". DORIS (in French). Retrieved 2014-02-13.
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Didemnidae: Brief Summary

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Didemnidae, or Didemnidæ, is a family of colonial tunicates in the order Enterogona.

These marine animals are found in shallow water on the seabed. Members of this family have small zooids that form encrusting colonies. The body of each zooid is divided into a thorax and an abdomen.

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