Abstract

By the courtesy of Mr. A. P. Summergreene, General Manager of the State Trawling Industry, Messrs. F. A. McNeill and A. A. Livingstone, of the Australian Museum, were afforded the opportunity of accompanying the State trawler "Goonambee" on her cruise of June 15–19, 1921. Among the material obtained from the trawl was a small collection of Bryozoa, which is interesting since it includes two new species, and also forms that have not hitherto been recorded from the coast of New South Wales. The collection contains: Catenaria cornuta Busk. Caberea grandis Hincks. Bugularia dissimilis MacGillivray. Porina larvalis MacGillivray. Craspedozoum roboratum Hincks. Lunularia rubra sp. nov. Conescharellina magniarmata Maplestone. Co. philippinensis Busk. Co. conica Haswell. Selenaria livingstonei sp. nov. Retepora monilifera MacGillivray, form munita Hincks. Adeonellopsis foliacea MacGillivray. Some interesting forms of a new species of Bipora are also in the collection, but the description of this species which is being dealt with elsewhere, is not included here.

 
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Short Form
Bretnall, 1922, Rec. Aust. Mus. 13(5): 189–192
Author
Rex W. Bretnall
Year
1922
Title
Studies on Bryozoa. Part 2
Serial Title
Records of the Australian Museum
Volume
13
Issue
5
Start Page
189
End Page
192
DOI
10.3853/j.0067-1975.13.1922.870
Language
English
Date Published
15 March 1922
Cover Date
15 March 1922
ISSN
0067-1975
CODEN
RAUMAJ
Publisher
The Australian Museum
Place Published
Sydney, Australia
Subjects
BRYOZOA; TAXONOMY; ECOLOGY, MARINE
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08 January 2009
Available Online
06 March 2009
Reference Number
870
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