. The Danish Ingolf-Expedition. Scientific expeditions; Arctic Ocean. go HYDROIDA II conical, broadly rounded distally, with a broad opening towards the phylactogonium; 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" St. 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 Cladocarpus paradiscus Allman, with its two stron

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. The Danish Ingolf-Expedition. Scientific expeditions; Arctic Ocean. go HYDROIDA II conical, broadly rounded distally, with a broad opening towards the phylactogonium; 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" St. 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 Cladocarpus paradiscus Allman, with its two stron
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. The Danish Ingolf-Expedition. Scientific expeditions; Arctic Ocean. go HYDROIDA II conical, broadly rounded distally, with a broad opening towards the phylactogonium; 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" St. 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 Cladocarpus paradiscus Allman, with its two strong abcladial teeth, but these are. 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.. Ingolf (Cruiser); Danish Ingolf-Expedition (1895-1896). Copenhagen : H. Hagerup

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