Drymonema

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Drymonema
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Cnidaria
Class: Scyphozoa
Order: Semaeostomeae
Family: Drymonematidae
Bayha & Dawson, 2010
Genus: Drymonema
Haeckel, 1880
Drymonema sp.

Drymonema is a genus of true jellyfish, placed in its own family, the Drymonematidae. Three species are placed in this family. They are found in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea.[1]

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  1. ^ Keith M. Bayha & Michael N. Dawson (2010). "New family of allomorphic jellyfishes, Drymonematidae (Scyphozoa, Discomedusae), emphasizes evolution in the functional morphology and trophic ecology of gelatinous zooplankton". The Biological Bulletin. 219 (3): 249–267. PMID 21183445. 

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