What is scypha?

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Nirav Bhat

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Scypha, also called sycon, genus of marine sponges of the class Calcarea (calcareous sponges), characterized by a fingerlike body shape known as the syconoid type of structure. Habit, Habitat and Distribution of Scypha: Scypha, also known as crown sponge, is a small, marine sponge found attached by a sticky secretion to some. Sycon ciliatum · Grantia ciliatum (Fabricius, 1870) · Scypha ciliata (Fabricius, 1780) · Scypha coronata (Ellis & Solander, 1786) · Spongia ciliata Fabricius, 1780. Dunstervillia Bowerbank, 1845; Homoderma Lendenfeld, 1885; Leuckartea Haeckel, 1872; Scypha Gray, 1821; Streptoconus Jenkin, 1908; Sycarium Haeckel,.

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