- a type of hydroid that forms stiff, feathery colonies in which the cups holding the zooids are sessile.
Origin of sertularian
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- any of various hydroid coelenterates of the genus Sertularia, forming feathery colonies of long branched stems bearing stalkless paired polyps
Word Origin for sertularian
C18: from New Latin Sertulāria, from Latin sertula diminutive of serta a garland
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