from The Century Dictionary.

  • A suborder of the Bryozoa, characterized by having the apertures of the zoœcia concealed, lying at the bottom of a tubular vestibule which may be divided by diaphragms and is surrounded by vesicular or solid tissue. Marsupia and avicularia are absent. The group is essentially of Paleozoic age.


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