Podocoryna borealis (Mayer, 1900),

M. P. Oliveira 1,16, S P. Miranda 2, *,, Es W. Mianzan 10,, Ro E. Migotto 11,, Ne B. Nascimento 2,11, Eli Nogueira Júnior 12,, E, 2016, Census of Cnidaria (Medusozoa) and Ctenophora from South American marine waters, Zootaxa 4194 (1), pp. 1-256: 64

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http://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.4194.1.1

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4511996

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Podocoryna borealis (Mayer, 1900)
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Podocoryna borealis (Mayer, 1900) 

Synonyms in the area: Podocoryne borealis  —Pagès & Orejas 1999 [medusa];? Hydractinia  sp.—Galea 2007 p. 23 [polyp]; Hydractinia borealis  –Palma et al. 2007a p. 70, 73, 2007b p. 73, 74, 78, 80, 2011; Villenas et al. 2009; Bravo et al. 2011 [medusa].

Remarks: the geographic distribution of Podocoryna borealis (Mayer, 1900)  is restricted to the North Atlantic and North Sea (Schuchert 2008).

Distribution in South America: polyp—Pacific Ocean, Chile, at 42.38°S 72.43°W (Galea 2007 p. 23); medusa—Pacific Ocean, Chile, from 41.50°S to 54.903°S in the Patagonian interior waters (Pagès & Orejas 1999; Galea 2007 p. 23; Palma et al. 2007a p. 70, 73, 2007b p. 73, 74, 78, 80, 2011; Villenas et al. 2009; Bravo et al. 2011).

Habitat: species with bipolar distribution (Pagès & Orejas 1999). medusa—from 0-50m depth (Galea 2007 p. 23).