Bimeria vestita Wright, 1859

Otto M. P. Oliveira, Thaís P. Miranda, Enilma M. Araujo, Patricia Ayón, Cristina M. Cedeño-Posso, Amancay A. Cepeda-Mercado, Pab, 2016, Census of Cnidaria (Medusozoa) and Ctenophora from South American marine waters, Zootaxa 4194 (1), pp. 1-256: 50-51

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Bimeria vestita Wright, 1859
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Bimeria vestita Wright, 1859 

Synonyms in the area: Garveia humilis  —Vervoort 1967; Wedler 1975 [polyp].

Distribution in South America: polyp—Pacific Ocean, Ecuador, at 0.56°N 80.01°W in San Francisco Bay, Chile, at 29.18°S 71.50°W, and from 41.76°S to 53.78°S (Fraser 1938a, 1948; Hartlaub 1905 p. 535; Galea 2007 p.

17; Galea et al. 2009a p. 308; Galea & Schories 2012a p. 22); Atlantic Ocean, Colombia, at Santa Marta coast, Venezuela, from Puerto Cabello to La Guaira, Brazil to Argentina, from 3°S to 4°S, at 9.84°S 35.85°W, from 10.50°S to 43°S (Vervoort 1967; Blanco 1974, 1994a; Wedler 1975; Genzano 1992, 1994a, 1994b, 1998, 2001; Migotto 1996; Grohmann 1997; Grohmann et al. 1997; Rosso & Marques 1997; Genzano & Zamponi 1997, 1999, 2003; Genzano & Rodriguez 1998; Kelmo & Santa Isabel 1998; Migotto et al. 2002; Marques & Migotto 2003; Oliveira 2003; Grohmann 2006; Marques et al. 2006; Miranda  & Marques 2006, abstract; Oliveira et al. 2006; Shimabukuro & Marques 2006a, abstract; Shimabukuro et al. 2006; Shimabukuro 2007; Oliveira & Marques 2007, 2 0 11; Maronna et al. 2008, abstract; Amaral et al. 2009; Genzano et al. 2009a, 2011; Grohmann et al. 2011; Silveira & Morandini 2011; Miranda  et al. 2011, 2015; Bumbeer & Rocha 2012; Fernandez et al. 2014, 2015).

Habitat: polyp—shallow waters, at intertidal zone (below the Phragmatopoma  sp. zone) to 90m depth, in sheltered places, on algae, fouling, bryozoans, hydroids (mainly on colonies of eudendriids, tubulariids and sertulariids), rock, sponges (Fraser 1938a; Blanco 1974, 1994a; Migotto 1996; Genzano & Zamponi 1999, 2003; Genzano & Rodriguez 1998; Kelmo & Santa Isabel 1998; Marques & Migotto 2003; Oliveira 2003; Marques et al. 2006; Oliveira et al. 2006; Shimabukuro et al. 2006; Shimabukuro & Marques 2006a; Galea 2007; Oliveira & Marques 2007, 2011; Shimabukuro 2007; Galea et al. 2009a; Miranda  et al. 2011; Fernandez et al. 2014, 2015).