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Medusa
Related Category: Zoology: Invertebrates
in zoology, scientific name for the jellyfish, i.e., the free-swimming stage of various animals in the phylum Cnidaria. See polyp and medusa.


Breeding: Little is currently published about the courtship and breeding of Hydro.

Scientific Name: Phyllomedusa azurea.
Common Names: Orange-legged Monkey Frog, Grasping Frog, and Orange-legged Leaf Frog, Tiger-leg Monkey Frog.
Distribution: Columbia, Guianas, Chaco of Argentina, Paraguay, & Bolivia.


Chacoan Monkey Frog ( Phyllo sauvagii )
Chacoan Monkey Frog - Chacoan Monkey Frog information - Chacoan Monkey Frog facts
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Animals-Herpetiles: Amphibians; Waxy Frog (Phyllomedusa sauvagii), Images by Wernher Krutein and PHOTOVAULTŪ ...

: Female, born on October 14, 2003 at the Duke Lemur Center in Durham, NC. Arrived Philadelphia Zoo, July 1, 2009.
Where to find me in the Zoo
PECO Primate Reserve ...

Medusa
Sex: Female
Medusa the gorgeous Burmese Python is one of our photo session snakes used here at Australia Zoo to allow people get up and close and personal with these amazing animals.

e are usually bell-shaped animals with a concave oral surface, or mouth, and tentacles that dangle downward from the rim of an umbrella-like body.
Four classes make up the phylum Cnidaria: ...

Pelomedusa subrufa
HARD-SHELLED SEA TURTLES (CHELONIIDAE)
Six species of large (carapace length up to 1.4 m), fully marine hard-shelled turtles found throughout the world in tropical and subtropical waters.

Pachy dacnicolor
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BUT... there are several links that I've run across that may be useful,
so I am going to try to add these links so that folks can find them here.
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Genus: Pelomedusa
Species: P. subrufa


Other Names: Marsh Terrapin.
Habitat and Range: Muddy bottomed marshes and rivers throughout Africa as far west as Ghana and east into Madagascar and into the Cameroons.
Captive Lifespan: ...

The last animals in our tour of the deep is this deep sea , a relative of the jellyfish. It captures prey with its tentacles and digests is in its central cavity, shown here in red.

Phyllomedusa
Scientific Name:
Phyllomedusa sauvagii
Description
: Phyllomedusa sauvagii males and females range from five to eight cm in length, with the females usually being about 25% larger than the males.

Seeds of head (Taeniatherum caput-e) were not used by Great Basin pocket mice in Lassen County, California, and areas with heavy head invasion were avoided [29].

Redescription of Loimia medusa and Amphitrite rubra (Polychaeta: Terebellidae)
Red-eyed Tree Frog
Red-eyed Tree Frog, Litoria chloris
Redfin Butterflyfish, Chaetodon lunulatus (Quoy & Gaimard, 1825)
Red-kneed Tarantula, Brachypelma smithi ...

This sea is being "drained" by exotic species (cheat grass, head, and Russian thistle or "tumbleweed") and native, but invasive trees (pinyon and juniper).

Cnidarians exhibit two basic structural forms, a medusa and a polyp. The medusa form is a free-swimming structure which consists of an umbrella-shaped body (called a bell), a fringe of tentacles that hang from the edge of the bell, ...

They have two body shapes: the (a jellyfish-like swimming form) and the polyp (a sea anemone-like sessile or static form). During their life cycle they may transform themselves from one shape to the other.

The Golden Leaf Folding Frog (Phyllomedusa sauvagii) - these frogs are very common in the African savanna.
Golden Leaf Folding Frogs have the unusual habit of eating other frogs eggs and larvae by raiding frog nests.

May 21, 2014 - The African helmeted terrapin Pelo subrufa actually comprises at least 10 different species, researchers have announced. Until now, it had been considered to represent a single species, with a ... full story ...

Scientific name: Phyllomedusa sauvagii
Range: The Chacoan region of Bolivia, Northern Paraguay, MatoGrosso do Sul (Brazil), and Northern Argentina
Habitat: Rain forest ...

Eight clublike oral arms that each contain several mouths transport food to the jelly's stomach. As with all true jellies, blue jellies alternate between a sexual stage and an asexual polyp stage.

Unlike other cnidarians, anemones (and other anthozoans) entirely lack the free-swimming medusa stage of the life cycle: the polyp produces eggs and sperm, and the fertilized egg develops into a planula that develops directly into another polyp.

The book covers six related species of frogs in the genera Phyllo and Agalychnis, including the famous Red-eyed Leaf Frog (Agalychnis callidryas) pictured on the cover.

The African Helmeted Turtle (Pelomedusa subrufa) is a pleurodire.
Pleurodires hide their head sideways.
Basal genera
Basal and incertae sedis ...

Unknown but it is the most commonly displayed in public aquaria.
In the Zoo
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Eggs and sperm are shed into the water, where the eggs are fertilized and develop into tiny, oval planula larvae covered in hairlike cilia. The planula larva changes directly into a tiny, lobed, saucer-shaped medusa called an ephyra, ...

Specimens 8 feet wide have been found. In Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's story, "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," Sherlock Holmes solves a homicide caused by contact between the victim and this in a tidepool.

Other leaf-breeding frogs (Phyllomedusa iheringi, P. hypochondrialis, and P. sauvagii) protect their clutches within folded leaves.

See also: See also: Snake, Turtle, Reptile, Salamander, Tree Frog

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