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On a Remarkable New Scyphomedusan

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 May 2009

F. S. Russell
Affiliation:
The Plymouth Laboratory

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A new scyphomedusan is described which was collected on a dive by U.S. research submersible Deepstar 4000 at 723 m. in the San Diego Trough. The specimen was incomplete. It is characterized by a gastro-vascular canal system in the form of a uniform network, and by the unusual form of its gonads. Its systematic position is uncertain. The medusa is named Deepstaria enigmatica gen.nov., sp.nov.

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Copyright © Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 1967

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References

Russell, F. S., 1959. A viviparous deep-sea jellyfish. Nature, Lond., Vol. 184, pp. 1527–9.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Russell, F. S. & Rees, W. J., 1960. The viviparous scyphomedusa Stygiomedusa fabulosa Russell. J. mar. biol. Ass. U.K., Vol. 39, pp. 303–17.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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