from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In botany, same as Ectocarpaceæ.
- In zoology, a division of nematophorous Cælenterata, containing those hydrozoans whose genitalia are developed from the ectoderm: opposed to Endocarpeæ. The group is equivalent to the Hydromedusæ.
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