Pattern in intertidal hydrozoan
distribution along the coast of Sao Paulo State, Southeastern Brazil.
Fouling image class Image count Rock oysters 82 Kelp 272 Zebra mussel 220 Hydrozoan
116 Acorn barnacle 83 Algae 195 Finger sponge 119 Gooseneck barnacle 288 Christmas tree worm 222 Tunicates 228 Table 2: Hardware components.
In contrast to our studies, Zvuloni and coworkers  also observed branching corals, for example, the hydrozoan
Millepora sp., dramatically affected by the gastropods mucus nets.
A Silurian porpitoid hydrozoan
from Cumbria, England and a note on porpitoid relationships.
The freshwater jellyfish (Craspedacusta sowerbii) a hydrozoan
with a complex lifecycle and a cosmopolitan distribution.
The team studied the largest-known population of black corals in the world, along with other unique coral colonies in the area, including red hydrozoan
corals, solitary stony corals and various gorgonian sea fans.
We studied the swimming behavior of two species of gelatinous zooplankton, a comb jelly Mnemiopsis mccradyi (Phylum Ctenophora) and a hydrozoan
jellyfish medusa Nemopsis bachei (Phylum Cnidaria), under the altered gravity conditions generated aboard NASA's KC-135 aircraft.
The ecology of Craspedacusta sowerbii Lankester, a freshwater hydrozoan
A man of far-reaching influence, Agassiz had attracted many talented young men to the Lawrence Scientific School, and most of them played a prominent role in promoting the study of natural history, including the Georgian Joseph LeConte, who became a leading geologist, and John McCrady, a South Carolinian who earned a place as a pioneer in hydrozoan
Muscle cells with reduced epithelial components, or "pure myocytes" (without an epithelial component), are best seen in the swim musculature of scyphozoan, cubozoan, and some hydrozoan
meduase (Chapman, 1974; Satterlie and Spencer, 1983: Satterlie, 2011, 2015).
coral Millepora dichotoma: speciation or phenotypic plasticity?
Caption: The clear bell of a gelatinous hydrozoan
is a floating home for a jelly-rider called a hyperiid amphipod (top).