Aeginidae: Brief Summary
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Aeginidae is a family of hydrozoans in the order Narcomedusae. The family comprises 6 genera and 8 species.
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Narcomedusae with manubrial pouches interradial, undivided or divided into two to four parts, bearing gonads; with or without peripheral canal system; exumbrellar, perradial, primary tentacles between marginal lobes; with or without secondary tentacles.
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- Lindsay, D. J.; Grossmann, M. M.; Bentlage, B.; Collins, A. G.; Minemizu, R.; Hopcroft, R. R.; Miyake, H.; Hidaka-Umetsu, M.; Nishikawa, J. (2017). The perils of online biogeographic databases: a case study with the ‘monospecific' genus Aegina (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa, Narcomedusae). <em>Marine Biology Research.</em> 13(5): 494-512.
- Schuchert, Peter, P.