One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘A number of stolonate ctenostomes bore into the substance of mollusk shells; other species are associated only with hermit crabs, and a few are commensal with shrimps or polychaete worms.’
- ‘S. aegyptiacum forms erect, branching and stolonate colonies that resemble strings of glass beads.’
- ‘Colonies are usually fleshy, stolonate, membraneous, encrusting, or upright with branching.’
- ‘Phylactolaemate bryozoans form globular or stolonate colonies in a variety of exclusively fresh water habitats.’
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