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.

Jellyella tuberculata Jellyella tuberculata
From southern Queensland. SEM by Gordon et al. (2007), from Bangladesh.

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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