Archive image from page 241 of The Danish Ingolf-expedition (1899-1953). The Danish Ingolf-expedition danishingolfex5bpt5a8daniuoft Year: 1899-1953 go HYDROIDA II conical, broadly rounded distally, vith a broad opening; towards the phylactogoniun,; in lateral view, the abcladial wall is seen to dome out in a large upper lip over the opening, which is consequently turned downwards towards the base. Material: 'Ingolf' vSt. 51 64°i5' N., i4°22' W., depth 68 fathoms 7,32° - - 98 65°38' N.. 26°27' W., - 138 - 5,9° Of this highly peculiar species, a couple of well developed colonies have been foun

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Archive image from page 241 of The Danish Ingolf-expedition (1899-1953). The Danish Ingolf-expedition danishingolfex5bpt5a8daniuoft Year: 1899-1953 go HYDROIDA II conical, broadly rounded distally, vith a broad opening; towards the phylactogoniun,; in lateral view, the abcladial wall is seen to dome out in a large upper lip over the opening, which is consequently turned downwards towards the base. Material: 'Ingolf' vSt. 51 64°i5' N., i4°22' W., depth 68 fathoms 7,32° - - 98 65°38' N.. 26°27' W., - 138 - 5,9° Of this highly peculiar species, a couple of well developed colonies have been foun
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Archive image from page 241 of The Danish Ingolf-expedition (1899-1953). The Danish Ingolf-expedition danishingolfex5bpt5a8daniuoft Year: 1899-1953 go HYDROIDA II conical, broadly rounded distally, vith a broad opening; towards the phylactogoniun,; in lateral view, the abcladial wall is seen to dome out in a large upper lip over the opening, which is consequently turned downwards towards the base. Material: 'Ingolf' vSt. 51 64°i5' N., i4°22' W., depth 68 fathoms 7,32° - - 98 65°38' N.. 26°27' W., - 138 - 5,9° Of this highly peculiar species, a couple of well developed colonies have been found; it re- sembles somewhat Cladocarpiis paradisms Allman, with its two strong abcladial teeth, but these are

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