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Coloniality and the Origin of Post-Triassic Tubular Bryozoans

  • Richard S. Boardman (a1)

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Bryozoa are the only phylum in which all known species form colonies. A colony consists of one or more kinds of physically connected zooids and supporting parts, all assumed to be genetically uniform. The physically connected zooids of a colony generally grow from the sexually produced first zooid, the ancestrula (Fig. 1). Growth in asexually produced colonies is similar, but originates from the ancestrula of a parent colony.

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Coloniality and the Origin of Post-Triassic Tubular Bryozoans

  • Richard S. Boardman (a1)

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