. The Danish Ingolf-expedition. Marine animals -- Arctic regions; Scientific expeditions; Arctic regions. 78 MEDUSA. I. The particular aim of my studies on this species has been to elucidate the relation between the European form Tiaropsis multutryata M. Sars and . the American Tiaropsis diademata L. Agassiz, the identity of which appears to be beyond doubt. Before I enter on a discussion of that question I shall, however, communicate the interesting fact, that 'â ^Thaiiiiniiifias escliscIiolfziP^ Haeckel appears to be identical with Tiaropsis miilticirrata. Thaumantias esc/isc/iolhii wias des

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. The Danish Ingolf-expedition. Marine animals -- Arctic regions; Scientific expeditions; Arctic regions. 78 MEDUSA. I. The particular aim of my studies on this species has been to elucidate the relation between the European form Tiaropsis multutryata M. Sars and . the American Tiaropsis diademata L. Agassiz, the identity of which appears to be beyond doubt. Before I enter on a discussion of that question I shall, however, communicate the interesting fact, that 'â ^Thaiiiiniiifias escliscIiolfziP^ Haeckel appears to be identical with Tiaropsis miilticirrata. Thaumantias esc/isc/iolhii wias des Stock Photo
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. The Danish Ingolf-expedition. Marine animals -- Arctic regions; Scientific expeditions; Arctic regions. 78 MEDUSA. I. The particular aim of my studies on this species has been to elucidate the relation between the European form Tiaropsis multutryata M. Sars and . the American Tiaropsis diademata L. Agassiz, the identity of which appears to be beyond doubt. Before I enter on a discussion of that question I shall, however, communicate the interesting fact, that 'â ^Thaiiiiniiifias escliscIiolfziP^ Haeckel appears to be identical with Tiaropsis miilticirrata. Thaumantias esc/isc/iolhii wias des
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. The Danish Ingolf-expedition. Marine animals -- Arctic regions; Scientific expeditions; Arctic regions. 78 MEDUSA. I. The particular aim of my studies on this species has been to elucidate the relation between the European form Tiaropsis multutryata M. Sars and . the American Tiaropsis diademata L. Agassiz, the identity of which appears to be beyond doubt. Before I enter on a discussion of that question I shall, however, communicate the interesting fact, that 'â ^Thaiiiiniiifias escliscIiolfziP^ Haeckel appears to be identical with Tiaropsis miilticirrata. Thaumantias esc/isc/iolhii wias described and figured by Haeckel in his System der ]Medusen and has frequently, in text books and manuals, been mentioned as a typical Tliatonaiitias. Haeckel's descrip- tion was based on some specimens from Greenland in the Zoological Museum of Copenhagen. I have seen these specimens and found that the large, black ocelli are so conspicuous, that it seems incom- prehensible, how they have escaped the attention of Haeckel, when he examined the individuals in order to describe them. The specimens are certainly the same, which were examined by Haeckel, and not some others, erroneously identified by another person. This is clearly demonstrated by the label being provided with a number referring to a list of the collection of medusie, then in the museum. 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.. Danish Ingolf-Expedition (1895-1896); Københavns universitet. Zoologisk museum. Copenhagen H. Hagerup

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