Definition of Alcyonaria. Meaning of Alcyonaria. Synonyms of Alcyonaria

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Definition of Alcyonaria

Alcyonaria
Alcyonaria Al`cy*o*na"ri*a, n. pl. [NL.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the orders of Anthozoa. It includes the Alcyonacea, Pennatulacea, and Gorgonacea.

Meaning of Alcyonaria from wikipedia

- Octocorallia (also known Alcyonaria) is a subcl**** of Anthozoa comprising around 3,000 species of water-based organisms formed of colonial polyps with...
- eight arms (tentacles). Compound coelenterates of the subcl**** or order Alcyonaria have polyps with eight-branched tentacles and eight septa. Sea anemones...
- Clavulariidae. It is found in the western part of the Atlantic Ocean. The Alcyonaria of the western part of the Atlantic Ocean. E Deichmann - 1936 "Cyathopodium...
- cl**** Anthozoa. Anthozoa is broken down into two subcl****es Octocorals (Alcyonaria) and Hexacorals (Zoantharia). Octocorals are soft corals such as sea pens...
- for him. With Dr Théophile Rudolphe Studer he reported on the corals (Alcyonaria) of the Challenger expedition producing a report in 1889. Also in the...
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- Chondrophora Order Actinulida Cl**** Anthozoa Subcl**** Octocorallia (= Alcyonaria) Order Alcyonacea Order Gastraxonacea Order Gorgonacea Order Helioporacea...
- conularians) Cl**** Anthozoa (corals / polyps) Subcl**** Octocorallia / Alcyonaria (soft corals and sea pens) Subcl**** Zoantharia [!] (sea anemones and most...
- annelid polychaetes. Crustacés parasites, (1913) Alcyonaire, (1914) – On Alcyonaria Larves d'Actiniaires provenant des campagnes scientifiques de S.A.S. le...
- nudibranch (Mollusca, Opisthobranchia) and a soft coral (Octocorallia, Alcyonaria) from the Red Sea". Journal of Natural History. 33 (10): 1433–1449. doi:10...
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