chondrophorine

chondrophorine

(kɒnˈdrɒfəriːn)
adj
(Animals) zoology relating to chondrophores
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Concentric rings, radial structures, bed-parallel orientation, and disc-like shapes are common in chondrophorine and related medusa (Hyman 1940; Fryer and Stanley 2004).
The concentric rings of the King Square specimens are not usually circular or parallel to one another as in chondrophorine floats; rather, they exhibit weak semi-parallel arrangement and often have a sinuous to wavy pattern (e.g., Fig.
Scenella and "A chondrophorine (medusoid) hydrozoan from the basal Cambrian (Placentian) of Newfoundland".