|Small colonies aggregate on calcareous algae (Thalassia sp.).|
|Brown and can be covered by spicules, depending on exposure to the sun, which suggests the presence of symbiotic algae. Characterized by a non-pigmented zooid with a very long oral siphon bordered by six lobes, a branchial sac with anterior and posterior non-perforated areas, a short muscular process on the esophageal peduncle and a testis with one large follicle partially surrounded by a coiling sperm duct.|
|Rocha, R. M.(2002). Trididemnum maragogi sp. nov. (Ascidiacea, Didemnidae) from Alagoas, Northeastern Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Zoologia. 19(4): 1105-1110.|
|In Bocas Del Toro|
|Reported By||Rocha, R. M., Faria, S. B., and Moreno, T. R.; Marine Invertebrate Taxonomy Workshop I, Bocas del Toro, August 2003.
|Rocha R.M., et al. Ascidians from Bocas del Toro, Panama. I. Biodiversity. Caribbean Journal of Science, Vol.41, No. 3, 600-612, 2005. |
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