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Stylobates: A Shell-Forming Sea Anemone (Coelenterata, Anthozoa, Actiniidae)

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Title: Stylobates: A Shell-Forming Sea Anemone (Coelenterata, Anthozoa, Actiniidae)
Authors: Dunn, Daphne Fautin
Devaney, Dennis M.
Roth, Barry
Issue Date: Oct 1980
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Citation: Dunn DF, Devaney DM, Roth B. 1980. Stylobates: a shell-forming sea anemone (Coelenterata, Anthozoa, Actiniidae). Pac Sci 34(4): 379-388.
Abstract: Anatomy and cnidae distinguish two species of deep-sea actinians
that produce coiled, chitinous shells inhabited by hermit crabs of the
genus Parapagurus. The actinian type species, Stylobates aeneus, first assigned
to the Mollusca, occurs around Hawaii and Guam with P. dofleini. Stylobates
cancrisocia, originally described as Isadamsia cancrisocia, occurs off east Africa
with P. trispinosus.
ISSN: 0030-8870
Appears in Collections:Pacific Science Volume 34, Number 4, 1980

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