Aplysina aerophoba (Nardo, 1833)

AphiaID: 133911

sponge

Animalia (Kingdom) > Porifera (Phylum) > Demospongiae (Class) > Verongimorpha (Subclass) > Verongiida (Order) > Aplysinidae (Family)

Conservation Status

Synonyms

Aplysia aerophoba Nardo, 1833
Aplysina carnosa Schmidt, 1862
Verongia aerophoba (Nardo, 1833)

International References

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