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Notes on Some Eastern Pacific Species of Phialidium (Leptomedusae)
|Title:||Notes on Some Eastern Pacific Species of Phialidium (Leptomedusae)|
|Issue Date:||Jan 1962|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Kramp PL. 1962. Notes on some eastern Pacific species of Phialidium (leptomedusae). Pac Sci 16(1): 25-29.|
|Abstract:||A collection of Phialidium was sent to me
by Dr. E. C. Roosen-Runge, University of Washington,
Seattle, who wanted my opinion on their
specific affinity. They were collected at Friday
Harbor in Puget Sound, some few in August
1959, a great number in June 1960. They all belong
to one species and agree perfectly with the
species which was described by Murbach and
Shearer (1903) under the name Phialidium gregarium
(A. Agassiz). It is questionable, however,
whether the medusa observed and carefully
described by Murbach and Shearer really belonged
to the same species, which was briefly
described by Agassiz as Oceania gregaria.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 16, Number 1, 1962|
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