Ventromma halecioides (Alder, 1859),

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,, Er Quiñones 13,, Izio Scarabino 14,, Tín Schiariti 10,, Io N. Stampar 15,, Tronolone 2, , Quíria B. & Onio C. Marques 2,11, 2016, Census of Cnidaria (Medusozoa) and Ctenophora from South American marine waters, Zootaxa 4194 (1), pp. 1-256: 108

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

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4512549

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scientific name

Ventromma halecioides (Alder, 1859)
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Ventromma halecioides (Alder, 1859) 

Synonyms in the area: Plumularia inermis  —Fraser 1938a; Vannucci Mendes 1946; Maÿal 1973; Calder et al. 2003 [polyp]; Plumularia halecioides  —Vannucci 1949, 1951a; Van Gemerden-Hoogeveen 1965; Wedler 1975; Bandel & Wedler 1987 [polyp]; Kirchenpaueria halecioides  —Grohmann 1997 [polyp].

Distribution in South America: polyp—Pacific Ocean, Ecuador, from 0.25°S to 1.4°S in Galápagos Archipelago, Peru, at 6.95°S 80.70°W in Isla Lobos de Afuera (Fraser 1938a, 1938b, 1939; Calder et al. 2003); Atlantic Ocean, at Curaçao, at Bonaire, Colombia, at Santa Marta coast, Venezuela, at La Tortuga Island, Brazil, from 7.50°S to 8.70°S, from 20°S to 27.75°S (Vannucci Mendes 1946; Vannucci 1949, 1951a; Van Gemerden- Hoogeveen 1965; Maÿal 1973; Wedler 1975; Bandel & Wedler 1987; Migotto 1996; Grohmann 1997, 2006, 2007, abstract; Grohmann et al. 1997, 2003; Nogueira et al. 1997; Rosso & Marques 1997; Calder & Maÿal 1998; Migotto et al. 2002; Oliveira 2003; Oliveira et al. 2006; Bornancin 2008; Oliveira & Marques 2007, 2011; Shimabukuro 2007; Silveira & Morandini 2011; Miranda  et al. 2015).

Habitat: polyp—in shallow waters of estuarine regions and from intertidal zone of rocky shores to 73m depth, on algae, barnacles, mussels, hydroids, mud, Rhizophora mangle  roots, rock, sandstone reef, shells, wood (Fraser 1938a, 1938b; Bandel & Wedler 1987; Migotto 1996; Calder & Maÿal 1998; Calder et al. 2003; Oliveira 2003; Oliveira et al. 2006; Bornancin 2008; Oliveira & Marques 2007, 2011; Shimabukuro 2007). It is found in “protected places, being common in tide pools” (Migotto 1996:53).