(Forbes, 1846)Usually 6 primary radial canals; up to 24 terminal branches and tentacles. Umbrella 9 mm wide, 8 mm high; mouth with 6 folded lips; marginal tentacles with adaxial basal cnidocyst cushions.
Kingdom AnimaliaPhylum CnidariaSubphylum MedusozoaSuperclass HydrozoaClass HydroidomedusaeSubclass LimnomedusaeFamily ProboscidactylidaeGenus ProboscidactylaSpecies Proboscidactyla stellata
Status in World Register of Marine SpeciesAccepted name: Proboscidactyla stellata (Forbes, 1846)
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Proboscidactyla stellata (species group: Zooplankton and Micronekton of the North Sea)
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