The genus Adeonellopsis MacGillivray (Bryozoa: Cheilostomata) in the Canary Islands: A. distoma (Busk) and A. multiporosa sp. nov

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:1985
Authors:Aristegui, J
Journal:Journal of Natural History
Volume:19
Issue:3
Date Published:1985
ISBN Number:0022-2933
Keywords:Fringillidae, Serinus, Serinus canaria
Abstract:Two different species of Adeonellopsis with very similar colony form are found in Tenerife (Canary Islands), where they share the same habitat. One of the species, A. multiporosa, is new to science. It differs from the other, A. distoma (Busk), especially in the shorter suboral avicularium, the number and form of the frontal spiramina, and in the absence of interzooidal marginal avicularia.Two different species of Adeonellopsis with very similar colony form are found in Tenerife (Canary Islands), where they share the same habitat. One of the species, A. multiporosa, is new to science. It differs from the other, A. distoma (Busk), especially in the shorter suboral avicularium, the number and form of the frontal spiramina, and in the absence of interzooidal marginal avicularia.
URL:http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00222938500770311
Short Title:Journal of Natural History
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