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Leucandra is a genus of calcareous sponge belonging to the family Grantiidae.[2]:1166 Its earliest known fossils are from the Jurassic.[1][2]:1117

Species

  • Leucandra abratsbo Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra algoaensis (Bowerbank, 1864)
  • Leucandra amakusana Tanita, 1943
  • Leucandra amorpha Poléjaeff, 1883
  • Leucandra ananas (Montagu, 1814)
  • Leucandra anfracta (Urban, 1908)
  • Leucandra anguinea (Ridley, 1884)
  • Leucandra apicalis Urban, 1906
  • Leucandra armata (Urban, 1908)
  • Leucandra aspera (Schmidt, 1862)
  • Leucandra astricta Tanita, 1942
  • Leucandra australiensis (Carter, 1886)
  • Leucandra balearica Lackschewitz, 1886
  • Leucandra barbata (Duchassaing & Michelotti, 1864)
  • Leucandra bathybia (Haeckel, 1869)
  • Leucandra belemnifera (Tsurnamal, 1975)
  • Leucandra bleeki (Haeckel, 1872)
  • Leucandra bolivari Ferrer-Hernandez, 1916
  • Leucandra brumalis Jenkin, 1908
  • Leucandra bulbosa Hanitsch, 1895
  • Leucandra caminus Haeckel, 1872
  • Leucandra capillata (Poléjaeff, 1883)
  • Leucandra cerebrum Hozawa & Tanita, 1941
  • Leucandra cirrhosa (Urban, 1908)
  • Leucandra claviformis Schuffner, 1877
  • Leucandra coimbrae (Breitfuss, 1898)
  • Leucandra comata Brøndsted, 1931
  • Leucandra compacta (Carter, 1886)
  • Leucandra conica Lendenfeld, 1885
  • Leucandra connectens Brøndsted, 1927
  • Leucandra crambessa Haeckel, 1872
  • Leucandra crassior Ridley, 1881
  • Leucandra crosslandi Thacker, 1908
  • Leucandra crustacea (Haeckel, 1872)
  • Leucandra cumberlandensis Lambe, 1900
  • Leucandra curva (Schuffner, 1877)
  • Leucandra cylindrica Fristedt, 1887
  • Leucandra donnani Dendy, 1905
  • Leucandra dwarkaensis Dendy, 1916
  • Leucandra echinata Schuffner, 1877
  • Leucandra echinata (Carter, 1886)
  • Leucandra egedii (Schmidt, 1870)
  • Leucandra elegans (Lendenfeld, 1888)
  • Leucandra erinacea Lendenfeld, 1888
  • Leucandra falakra Klautau, Imesek, Azevedo, Plese, Nikolic & Cetkovic, 2016[3]
  • Leucandra falcigera Schuffner, 1877
  • Leucandra fernandensis (Breitfuss, 1898)
  • Leucandra fistulosa (Johnston, 1842)
  • Leucandra foliata Hozawa, 1918
  • Leucandra fragilis Hozawa, 1940
  • Leucandra frigida Jenkin, 1908
  • Leucandra gausapata Brøndsted, 1931
  • Leucandra gaussii (Brøndsted, 1931)
  • Leucandra glabra Hozawa, 1940
  • Leucandra gladiator Dendy, 1893
  • Leucandra globosa Tanita, 1943
  • Leucandra gossei (Bowerbank, 1862)
  • Leucandra haurakii Brøndsted, 1927
  • Leucandra heathi Urban, 1906
  • Leucandra helena (Lendenfeld, 1885)
  • Leucandra hentschelii Brøndsted, 1931
  • Leucandra hispida (Carter, 1886)
  • Leucandra hozawai Tanita, 1942
  • Leucandra impigra Tanita, 1942
  • Leucandra intermedia (Haeckel, 1872)
  • Leucandra irregularis (Burton, 1930)
  • Leucandra kagoshimensis Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra kerguelensis (Urban, 1908)
  • Leucandra kurilensis Hozawa, 1918
  • Leucandra laptevi Koltun, 1952
  • Leucandra levis (Poléjaeff, 1883)
  • Leucandra lobata (Carter, 1886)
  • Leucandra loricata (Poléjaeff, 1883)
  • Leucandra losangelensis (de Laubenfels, 1930)
  • Leucandra magna Tanita, 1942
  • Leucandra masatierrae (Breitfuss, 1898)
  • Leucandra mawsoni Dendy, 1918
  • Leucandra meandrina Lendenfeld, 1885
  • Leucandra mediocancellata Hozawa, 1940
  • Leucandra minima Row & Hozawa, 1931
  • Leucandra minor (Urban, 1908)
  • Leucandra mitsukurii Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra multifida (Carter, 1886)
  • Leucandra multiformis Polejaeff, 1883
  • Leucandra multituba Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra nakamurai Tanita, 1942
  • Leucandra nausicaae (Schuffner, 1877)
  • Leucandra nicolae Wörheide & Hooper, 2003
  • Leucandra odawarensis Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra okinoseana Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra onigaseana Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra ovata (Poléjaeff, 1883)
  • Leucandra pacifica Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra palaoensis Tanita, 1943
  • Leucandra pallida Row & Hozawa, 1931
  • Leucandra pandora (Haeckel, 1872)
  • Leucandra paucispina Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra phillipensis Dendy, 1893
  • Leucandra platei (Breitfuss, 1898)
  • Leucandra poculiformis Hozawa, 1918
  • Leucandra polejaevi (Breitfuss, 1896)
  • Leucandra prava (Breitfuss, 1898)
  • Leucandra pulvinar (Haeckel, 1870)
  • Leucandra pumila (Bowerbank, 1866)
  • Leucandra pyriformis (Lambe, 1893)
  • Leucandra ramosa (Burton, 1934)
  • Leucandra regina Brøndsted, 1927
  • Leucandra reniformis Tanita, 1943
  • Leucandra rigida Hozawa, 1940
  • Leucandra riojai Ferrer-Hernandez, 1918
  • Leucandra rodriguezi (Lackschewitz, 1886)
  • Leucandra rudifera (Poléjaeff, 1883)
  • Leucandra sagmiana Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra secutor Brøndsted, 1927
  • Leucandra serrata Azevedo & Klautau, 2007
  • Leucandra seychellensis Hozawa, 1940
  • Leucandra sola Tanita, 1942
  • Leucandra solida Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra sphaeracella Wörheide & Hooper, 2003
  • Leucandra spinifera Klautau, Imesek, Azevedo, Plese, Nikolic & Cetkovic, 2016[3]
  • Leucandra spinosa Hozawa, 1940
  • Leucandra spissa (Urban, 1909)
  • Leucandra splendens Hozawa, 1918
  • Leucandra sulcata Ferrer-Hernandez, 1918
  • Leucandra taylori Lambe, 1900
  • Leucandra thulakomorpha Row & Hozawa, 1931
  • Leucandra tomentosa Tanita, 1940
  • Leucandra topsenti Breitfuss, 1929
  • Leucandra tropica Tanita, 1943
  • Leucandra tuba Hozawa, 1918
  • Leucandra tuberculata Hozawa, 1929
  • Leucandra typica (Poléjaeff, 1883)
  • Leucandra uschuariensis Tanita, 1942
  • Leucandra vaginata Lendenfeld, 1885
  • Leucandra valida Lambe, 1900
  • Leucandra verdensis Thacker, 1908
  • Leucandra vermiformis Tanita, 1941
  • Leucandra vesicularis Brøndsted, 1927
  • Leucandra villosa Lendenfeld, 1885
  • Leucandra vitrea (Urban, 1908)
  • Leucandra yuriagensis Hozawa, 1933

References

  1. ^ a b Hinde, G. J. (1889). "XLVI.—On a true Leuconid Calcisponge from the Middle Lias of Northamptonshire, and on detached Calcisponge spicules in the Upper Chalk of Surrey". Journal of Natural History. Series 6. 4 (23): 352–358. doi:10.1080/00222938909460539..mw-parser-output cite.citation{font-style:inherit}.mw-parser-output q{quotes:"""""'"'"}.mw-parser-output code.cs1-code{color:inherit;background:inherit;border:inherit;padding:inherit}.mw-parser-output .cs1-lock-free a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/65/Lock-green.svg/9px-Lock-green.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .cs1-lock-limited a,.mw-parser-output .cs1-lock-registration a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Lock-gray-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-gray-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .cs1-lock-subscription a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/aa/Lock-red-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-red-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration{color:#555}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription span,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration span{border-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help}.mw-parser-output .cs1-hidden-error{display:none;font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-visible-error{font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration,.mw-parser-output .cs1-format{font-size:95%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-left,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-left{padding-left:0.2em}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-right,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-right{padding-right:0.2em}
  2. ^ a b Systema Porifera. 2. 2002. ISBN 0306472600.
  3. ^ a b Klautau, Michelle; Imešek, Mirna; Azevedo, Fernanda; Pleše, Bruna; Nikolić, Vedran; Ćetković, Helena (2016). "Adriatic calcarean sponges (Porifera, Calcarea), with the description of six new species and a richness analysis" (PDF). European Journal of Taxonomy (178): 1–52. doi:10.5852/ejt.2016.178.
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Leucandra is a genus of calcareous sponge belonging to the family Grantiidae.:1166 Its earliest known fossils are from the Jurassic.:1117

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