Marine Bryozoa from Northwest Florida
Sixty-two species of Bryozoa are described from the northwest coast of Florida. Four species are described as new: Electra laciniosa, Retevirgula flectospinata, Pelmatopora (sensu lato) apsata, and Smittina (sensu lato) thrincota. Nine species were not previously reported from the Gulf of Mexico: Aeverrillia armata (Verrill), Aeverrillia setigera (Hincks), Alcyonidium polyoum (Hassall), Amathia convoluta Lamouroux, Bowerbankia gracilis Leidy, Holoporella mordax Marcus, Proboscina incrassata (Smitt), Sundanella sibogae (Harmer), and Trematooecia protecta Osburn.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 January 1964
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