. Elementary text-book of zoology [electronic resource]. Zoology. LOPHOPUS. 167 lies between mouth and anus just under the epistome. It gives off a ring round the oesophagus and other branches. In alhed species the trunk-coelom opens by paired ciliated canals to the exterior near the anus. Fig. 95.—View of Entire Colony of Lophopus. (After Allman.) {. Lophopus is an annual and dies down on the approach of winter. It produces,' however, before this event, a number of encapsuled buds called statohlasts which give rise to a fresh colony in spring. These are not found in its marine allies. (See pa

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. Elementary text-book of zoology [electronic resource]. Zoology. LOPHOPUS. 167 lies between mouth and anus just under the epistome. It gives off a ring round the oesophagus and other branches. In alhed species the trunk-coelom opens by paired ciliated canals to the exterior near the anus. Fig. 95.—View of Entire Colony of Lophopus. (After Allman.) {. Lophopus is an annual and dies down on the approach of winter. It produces,' however, before this event, a number of encapsuled buds called statohlasts which give rise to a fresh colony in spring. These are not found in its marine allies. (See pa
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. Elementary text-book of zoology [electronic resource]. Zoology. LOPHOPUS. 167 lies between mouth and anus just under the epistome. It gives off a ring round the oesophagus and other branches. In alhed species the trunk-coelom opens by paired ciliated canals to the exterior near the anus. Fig. 95.—View of Entire Colony of Lophopus. (After Allman.) {. Lophopus is an annual and dies down on the approach of winter. It produces,' however, before this event, a number of encapsuled buds called statohlasts which give rise to a fresh colony in spring. These are not found in its marine allies. (See page 61.) The colony is produced by asexual budding from a single individual, hence metagenesis occurs as in hydroid zoophytes.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Masterman, Arthur Thomas; Parsons, John Herbert, Sir, 1868-1957, donor; S. H. Lazarus (Firm); University College, London. Library Services. Edinburgh : E. & S. Livingstone

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