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Crisularia plumosa

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lexID:
6178 
AphiaID:
834039 
Scientific:
Crisularia plumosa 
German:
Federmoostierchen 
English:
Feather-bryozoan 
Category:
 
Family tree:
Animalia (Kingdom) > Bryozoa (Phylum) > Gymnolaemata (Class) > Cheilostomatida (Order) > Bugulidae (Family) > Crisularia (Genus) > plumosa (Species) 
Initial determination:
(Pallas, ), 1766 
Occurrence:
Бртианские острова , Европейский берег, Западный атлантический окенан, Северная атлантика 
Size:
bis zu 8cm 
Temperature:
10°C - 20°C 
Food:
Планктон 
Difficulty:
не подходит для аквариума! 
Related species at
Catalog of Life
:
  • Crisularia aperta
  • Crisularia bengalensis
  • Crisularia cuspidata
  • Crisularia dispar
  • Crisularia gracilis
  • Crisularia grayi
  • Crisularia harmsworthi
  • Crisularia hyadesi
  • Crisularia marcusi
  • Crisularia microoecia
 
Author:
Publisher:
Meerwasser-Lexikon.de
Created:
Last edit:
2013-10-07 19:57:03 

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Crisularia plumosa (Pallas, 1766)

This bryozoan forms feathery colonies.Bugula plumosa is a common bryozoan in a variety of habitats, most common in areas with considerable turbidity and sand-scour.

Crisularia plumosa is typically found hanging in caves, and below boulders on the shore. It is also common on pier pilings and harbour installations.

Synonym:
Bugula plumosa
Cellularia plumosa
Crisia plumosa
rSertularia fastigiata

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