nLobatactenophore having tentacles only in the immature stage; body compressed vertically having two large oral lobes and four pointed processes
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lobataA division, ordinal or subordinal, of the class or order Ctenophora, including those comb-bearing hydroids or ctenophorans which have a pair of oral lobes: distinguished from Tæniata and Saccata. The Lobata are composed of such forms as Eurhamphæa, Bolina, Mnemia, Calymma, and Ocyroë.
Linnaeus, in the Fauna Suecica, p. 64, calls it 'Tringa Lobata,' but afterwards 'Northern Tringa'; and his editor, Gmelin, 'Dark Tringa.