Registered 23,219 species  (Collections:374,045; Observations:74,968; Other records:5,873)
生物の分類ツリー生物の出現記録データセット、データ提供機関・提供者
Classification : Eukarya - Opisthokonta - Animalia - Cnidaria - Medusozoa - Hydrozoa - Hydroidolina - Anthoathecata - Capitata
真核生物ドメイン - Opisthokonta - 動物界 - 刺胞動物門 - Medusozoa亜門 - ヒドロ虫綱 - Hydroidolina亜綱 - Anthoathecata目 - 有頭亜目

 
Family Polyorchidae   A. Agassiz, 1862     キタカミクラゲ科

 
分類
Supergroup
Opisthokonta  
Subphylum
Medusozoa  
Subclass
Hydroidolina  

Hydroida

Hydroidomedusa Claus, 1877

Order
Anthoathecata  Cornelius, 1992  

Anthomedusae Haeckel, 1879[Alternate Representation]

Anthomedusae

Athecata

Laingiomedusae Bouillon, 1978

Laingiomedusae Bouillon, 1978

Suborder
Capitata  Kuehn, 1913  有頭亜目

Moerisiida Poche, 1914

Sphaerocorynida Petersen, 1990

Tubulariida Fleming, 1828

Zancleida Russell, 1953

Family
Porpitidae  Goldfuss, 1818  ギンカクラゲ科

Velellidae Eschscholtz, 1829

外部リンク
参考文献
Bouillon, J., Gravili, C., Pages, F., Gili, J.-M. and F. Boero (2006) An introduction to Hydrozoa. Memoires du Museum national d'Histoire naturelle Tome 194, Publications Scientifiques du Museum, Paris, 591 pp. 
Daly, M., Brugler, M. R., Cartwright, P., Collins, A. G., Dawson, M. N., Fautin, D. G., France, S. C., McFadden, C. S., Opresko, D. M., Rodriguez, E., Romano, S. L. and J. L. Stake (2007) The phylum Cnidaria: a review of phylogenetic patterns and diversity 300 years after Linnaeus. Zootaxa, 1668, 127-182. 
Japan Oceanographic Data Center (2002) JODC taxonomic code of marine organisms (plankton). 2001 edition. In: Marine Organisms Data, accessed through http://www.jodc.go.jp/data/biology.html. 
Kubota, S. (1992) Hydrozoa. In: Nishimura, S. (ed.), Guide to Seashore Animals of Japan with Color Pictures and Keys, vol. I. Hoikusha, Osaka, 21-58 (in Japanese). 
Kubota, S. (1997) Order Anthomedusae. In: Chihara, M. & M. Murano (eds.), An illustrated guide to marine plankton in Japan. Tokai University Press, Tokyo, 485-494 (in Japanese). 
Kubota, S. and C. Gravili(2007) A list of hydromedusae (excluding Siphonophora, Milleporidae and Actinulidae) in Japan. Nanki Seibutu, 49(2), 189-204 (in Japanese).