Synthecium campylocarpum Allman, 1888

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Fig. 31. Synthecium campylocarpum, syntype, from Port Jackson, Challenger Expedition. MV F58214: A, part of fertile stem. B, hydrocladial internode, hydrothecae with replicated margin with outrolled rim . C, male gonotheca. D, hydrocladial internode from a microslide specimen from Port Jackson, identified by Bale ( 1888), as Synthecium orthogonium held in Museum of Victoria. E, male gonotheca from same specimen. F, female gonotheca from same specimen. Scale bars; A, 5,000 µm; B, D, 500 µm; C, E, F, 1,000 µm.

From Watson, J.E. (2000) Hydroids (Hydrozoa: Leptothecatae) from the Beagle Gulf and Darwin Harbour, northern Australia. The Beagle: Records of the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory 16: 1-82.

Photographer: Watson, Jeanette. Publisher: Watson, Jeanette.

Watson, Jeanette
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