Jellyella eburnea (Hincks, 1891)

Jellyella eburnea is a pseudoplanktonic species, and is found in tropical waters, encrusting floating objects, such as plastic, pumice, and matchbox beans.

Original description: Membranipora eburnea Hincks, 1891
Locality: Queensland?
Type specimen: ?

Reference: Taylor, Paul D. & Monks, Neale, 1997. A new cheilostome genus pseudoplanktonic on molluscs and algae. Invertebrate Biology, 116: 39-51.

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