Chiropsalmus

Chiropsalmus

(kī'rop-sal'mŭs),
A genus of the invertebrate phylum Cnidaria that includes the sea wasp.

Chi·rop·sal·mus

(kī-rop'sal-mŭs)
A genus of the invertebrate phylum Cnidaria, which includes the sea wasp.
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The lens eyes of the box jellyfish Tripedalia cystophora and Chiropsalmus sp.
En dos avistamientos se registro la especie Physalia physalis de la clase Hydrozoa, y, por ultimo, se recolectaron tres ejemplares de Chiropsalmus quadrumanus de la clase Cubozoa (Tabla 1).
Lirio et al., "In vitro angiotensin I converting enzyme inhibition by a peptide isolated from Chiropsalmus quadrigatus Haeckel (box jellyfish) venom hydrolysate," Toxicon, vol.
In spite of several co-occurring species, including Olindias sambaquiensis, Physalia physalis, Stomolophus meleagris, Lychnorhiza lucerna, Chiropsalmus quadrumanus, the jellyfish Chrysaora lactea was the only clear cause of the stings during the summer of 2011-2012 in Parana.
The occurrence of the jellyfish Chiropsalmus quadrumanus in Matagorda Bay, Texas.
Chironex fleckeh Chiropsella bronzie Chiropsalmus quadrumanus Geographic Order location Carybdeida Kralendijk.
Chiropsalmus quadrumanus is distributed on the whole Atlantic coast of America (Mianzan & Cornelius, 1999) being found in Brazilian waters from Santa Catarina to Amapa (Migotto et al., 2002).
Tamoya haplonema Muller, 1859 and Chiropsalmus quadrumanus Muller, 1859 were collected locally by bottom trawls in 6 to 15 m of water.
Getting information from ethanol preserved nematocysts of the venomous cubomedusa Chiropsalmus quadrumanus: a simple technique to facilitate the study of nematocysts
The class Cubozoa (Werner, 1973) contains two families, of which we used three representatives of the family Carybdeidae (Tamoya haplonema, Carybdea marsupialis, and Tripedalia cystophora) and one member of the family Chiropdropidae (Chiropsalmus quadrumanus).
The recent spectral studies of Coates and her colleagues (2006) and Garm and his colleagues (2007) on Tripedalia cystophora and Chiropsella bronzie (identified as Chiropsalmus sp.) indicated that both species displayed peak sensitivity in the blue-green region near 500 nm.