One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Treated as plural. An order of hydroid coelenterates (class Hydrozoa) having a polyp stage that lacks a perisarc and a free-living medusa stage typically having a simple bell shape with the gonads situated primarily on the manubrium.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in American Naturalist. From scientific Latin Anthomedusae, group name from antho- + Medusae, plural of Medusa, former genus name, apparently so called on account of the resemblance of some forms to flowers.
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