from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A family of campanularian Hydromedusæ, having the hydrotheca adnate to the hydrocaulus and the cœnosarc divided into segments which form two longitudinal series of intercommunicating chambers, each of which connects with the gastral cavity of a hydranth. It contains the genus Idia, found in the southern seas.


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