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Schuchert, P.
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 classification

Likely a synonym of Nemopsis bachei. The species is insufficiently described. [details]

 Distribution

The Mediterranean records for Aselomaris michaeli are likely referrable to A. arenosa. This has to be studied further. [details]

 distribution

Mediterranean distribution record unpublished? It is quite unlikely for this cold water species to appear in the ... [details]

 Distribution

The Mediterranean records are improbable to erroneous [details]

 Distribution

Species occurs in temperate waters [details]

 Distribution

North-Eastern Atlantic, absent from the North Sea, Baltic Sea,Mediterranean and Black Sea. The northernmost record ... [details]

 Distribution

This species does not occur in the European fauna [details]

 Distribution

This is an arctic species and it is thus very unlikely to be present in the Mediterranean. The Mediterranean record ... [details]

 Distribution

This species has been reported from Lebanon. [details]

 distribution

This species does not occur in the European fauna, it is an American species [details]

 distribution

This species does not occur in the European fauna. It is not a dubious species. [details]

 Distribution

This species is not present in the Mediterranean. [details]

 Distribution

Lebanon, Eastern Mediterranean only. [details]

 Distribution

The Meditarranean distribution is probably erroneous, as this is an Indo-Pacific species. [details]

 Distribution

Distribution of this species in the Mediterranean is unrealistic and quite unlikely for this arctic species [details]

 distribution

The distribution record of this species in the Mediterranean Sea is probably erroneous [details]

 Distribution

To the knowledge of Schuchert, this species has not been reported from the Atlantic. [details]

 Distribution

This is a Pacific species, European records could not be found [details]

 Distribution

This species has been reported repeatedly from the Mediterranean by Goy, although in fact this may be another species. [details]

 Distribution

The Mediterranean distribution is unlikely, as the northern limit of this species is France [details]

 Distribution

The European records of this species (Broch) have beel relegated to S. bathyalis. The distribution for S. ... [details]

 Distribution

There are probably no credible records for the Mediterranean [details]

 Distribution

Turritopsis nutricula is likely not present along the European coasts; all well documented cases belong either to ... [details]

 Status

Unrecognisable species [details]

 Status

Indeterminate species, could be the polyp of medusae belonging to several genera. The genus Cuspidella is thus also ... [details]

 synonymy

Is likely a synonym of Eudendrium album [details]

 Taxonomy

Kramp 1961: doubtful species [details]

 Taxonomy

Kramp 1961: doubtful species [details]

 Taxonomy

Could also be the hydroid of Cosmetira pilosella, but objectively an indeterminate species [details]

 Taxonomy

unrecognizable species, is either Stauridiosarsia ophiogaster or St. reesi. [details]

 Taxonomy

Likely synonym of Turritpsis polycirrha, but unrecognisable [details]

 Taxonomy

Hypothetical species, unrecognisable [details]

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