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The seasonal abundance of four species of Stauromedusae (Coelenterata: Scyphomedusae) at Plymouth

  • P. G. Corbin (a1)
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Annual population changes of four species of Stauromedusae at Plymouth are described. Three of these, Haliclystus auricula, Lucernariopsis campanulata and L. cruxmelitensis, have one generation in a year; Craterolophus convolvulus has two. The completion of the life-cycle of the four Plymouth species within a year is in agreement with Berril's (1962) studies of three species on the west Atlantic coast and with a reinterpretation of Sars's (1846) observations on Lucernaria quadricomis on the coast of Norway.

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Berrill M., 1962. The biology of three New England Stauromedusae, with a description of a new species. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 40, 12491262.
Corbin P. G., 1978. A new species of the stauromedusan genus Lucernariopsis (Coelenterata: Scyphomedusae). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 58, 285290.
Hyman L. H., 1940. The Invertebrates: Protozoa through Ctenophora, 1st edition, xii, 726 pp. London: McGraw Hill.
Sars M., 1846. Fauna Littoralis Norvegiae oder Beschreibung und Abbildungen neuer oder wenig bekannten Seethiere, nebst Beobachtungen über die Organisation, Lebenweise u. Entwicklung derselben, vol. 1. 94 pp. Christiania.
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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
  • ISSN: 0025-3154
  • EISSN: 1469-7769
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