Polyp and medusa are two stages in life cycle of cnidarians , polyp is hydra like and medusa is jelly fish like .
A hydra has two body shapes. The first one is known as polyp which has tentacles and the other body form is known as medusa.
Scylla and Charybdis, Cerberus, Medusa(and the other Gorgons), and the Hydra come to mind...
It's called a hydra. Scylla and Medusa are quite interesting too.
A old garden center (Medusa) Parthenon in Nashville (Hydra) Las Vegas in the Lotus Casino (Lotus-Eaters)
Hydras are sessile organisms, but sometimes move when hunting. They remain as organisms, throughout their lives. Many other members of the class Hydrozoa, however, change from a polyp to a medusa (adult form). ~Official Oyster;)
Most hydras alternate between an asexual polyp stage and a sexual medusa stage, though the best-known Hydrozoan, Hydra, never becomes a medusa, spending its whole life as a polyp.
No a Hydra is non a pseudocoelmate, acoelomate, or eucoelomate. The basic body plan is a sac with central digestive compartment, the gastrovascular cavity. A single opening functions as mouth and anus. There are 2 variations on this body plan: the sessile polyp and the motile medusa
Polyp is a asexual form which has a cylindrical body just like hydra whereas the medusa form is sexual form and has an umbrella shape. In case of Aurelia, the adult is sexual form. Males and females are separate and after copulation the female releases eggs which develop into a hydra like structure called ephyra larva which is called polyp form. This larva by budding produces umbrella shaped medusa forms. Thus the asexual polyp form alters with the sexual medusa form. This alternation of generations is called metagenesis.
You get Hydra Blade by killing the Hydra in Hydra Lake (located in CHIRAL VALLEY).
You jump on the heads of the Hydra, and run into the Hydra
polyp---sea anenome, medusa---jellyfish Phlycabs In plain English a polyp is a cylinder with tentacles at the top. The Hydra looks like a tin can with slender arms coming from the top of its body. This body form does not move and the animals are trappers. The medusa is an umbrella shaped structure with tentacles hanging down from it. The jellyfish is an example. These animals move. During the reproductive stages of the jellyfish there is a time when they take on the polyp form. Then they bud off and become medusa. Nighthawk
Hydra is an animal. They do not have.
no,hydra have no organ
No a hydra is not a fish. A fish is a vertebrate. A hydra is much more primitive.
there is no code for the hydra mount you can get it from the hydra hoard pack
a hydra as a polyp is not sessile but when it grows to be a hydra it is sessile
A genus of small, freshwater cnidarians (coelenterates) which belong to the class Hydrozoa. Hydra is an exceptional member of this class because it is a mobile individual polyp rather than a sessile or colonial form, and uses its cnidoblasts to capture prey. Unlike most Hydrozoa, which spend at least part of their lives in a medusa form, which reproduces sexually, Hydra exists only as polyps. They are typically a few millimeters long.
No, Rhea was not Medusa. Rhea was a Titan. Medusa was a Gorgon.
Poseidon was Medusa's boyfriend and they were hanging out in Athena's temple. Then Athena turned Medusa into Medusa.
Yes, Hydra is Multicellular.
Hydra, the creature? Is fictional
A hydra does not have cephalization.