3 edition of Classification of clypeasteroid echinoids found in the catalog.
Classification of clypeasteroid echinoids
John Wyatt Durham
|Statement||by J. Wyatt Durham.|
|Series||University of California publications in geological sciences,, v. 31, no. 4, University of California publications in geological sciences ;, v. 31, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||QE1 .C15 vol. 31, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 73-197 p.|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||a 55009884|
Other articles where Echinoid is discussed: echinoderm: Annotated classification: Class Echinoidea (sea urchins, heart urchins, sand dollars) Fossil and living forms (Ordovician ,, years ago to Recent); globular, discoid, or oval in shape, with complete skeleton (test) of interlocking plates bearing movable spines and pedicellariae; mouth directed downward; anus present; 5 or fewer. Fellaster zelandiae, which is also called a cake urchin, or the snapper biscuit, is an echinoderm of the family Arachnoididae, endemic to New maximum width of .
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Classification of clypeasteroid echinoids Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Get this from a library. Classification of clypeasteroid echinoids. [John Wyatt Durham]. Durham: Classification of Clypeasteroid Echinoids 85 Growth The skeletal parts of the Echinodermata are of mesodermal origin and therefore are susceptible to much greater modification than those of organisms such as the mollusks and the arthropods, in which the hard parts are secreted by the ecto- derm.
Two major clades of clypeasteroid have for long been recognized, these being the Clypeasterina and Laganina of Mortensen (). Mortensen based this classification on the nature of the lantern supports and the form of the miliary spines.
Durham J.W. () Classification of Clypeasteroid Echinoids. University of California Press Berkeley. Monograph of the Echinodermata of the British Tertiaries.
Therefore, Wang [ 26] proposed a new superfamily, Taiwanasteritida Wang,and a new family Taiwanasteridae Wang, to place S. mai within his new classification of clypeasteroids. This new classification received much attention from echinoderm specialists.
Drilling predation of cassid gastropods (tonnacean) on echinoids is common in marine environments but is rarely documented. Tests of the minute clypeasteroid Echinocyamus pusillus OF Müller (). Three species, Hardouinia aequorea, Hardouinia potosiensis, and Phyllobrissus burckhardti, are illustrated and catalogued in two of the 11 genera in family Faujasiidae.
The previous records of. The clypeasteroid echinoids feature additional strengthening mechanisms that enhance skeletal integrity: in addition to the collagenous fibres, Classification of clypeasteroid echinoids.
University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, vol. 31, pp. 73– This paper analyzes an aberrant group of echinoids in terms of constructional morphology, i.e., as modification of an established “Bauplan” by a set of new functional and morphogenetic constraints and possibilities.
Probing the cassiduloid origins of clypeasteroid echinoids using stratigraphically restricted parsimony analysis. Echinoids are one of the more diverse and successful echinoderm groups today, including familiar echinoderms such as the sea urchins and sand dollars.
The roe (egg mass) of some species, notably certain sea urchins, is eaten in some cultures, notably in Japanese sushi; as a result, certain echinoid species are commercially fished.
The current systematic classification of Arachnoides placenta is included in the Appendix. Currently, there are 11 living clypeasteroid species reported in Taiwan (Table 1), and some of them, such as Astriclypeus mannii, have good local fossil records (Nisiyama, ; Wang, a).
The clypeasteroid echinoid Astrodapsis bajasurensis n. is described from upper middle Miocene beds of the Isidro Formation near the mouth of Arroyo Mezquital on the Pacific coast of north-central Baja California Sur, Mexico.
The new species is the first occurrence of Astrodapsis outside of California and extends the southern limit of the genus by 1, km. A Morphometric Analysis of the Highly Variable Clypeasteroid, Periarchus lyelli Lauren Elizabeth Williamson provides insight to the precise classification of the sand dollar and the echinoids (Lawrence, ).
Clypeasteroids inhabit a variety of sediments, however, P. Classification Classification. Kingdom Animalia animals. Animalia: information (1) While ADW staff and contributors provide references to books and websites that we believe are reputable, we cannot necessarily endorse the contents of references beyond our control.
Any echinoderm of the order Clypeasteroida of sand dollars. Robert Wynn Jones, Applied Palaeontology, page Their living representatives include the sea urchins or 'true' echinoids, the heart-urchins or spatangoids and allied forms, the sand-dollars or clypeasteroids, and the slate-pencil-urchins, or cidaroids.
Anis Kumar Ray. Of the five classes of echinoderm (Fig. ), echinoids are the most diverse and well represented, from shallow waters to abyssal depths. The echinoderm account for 90 % of the biomass even at the depth of ocean trenches; echinoderm are bottom-dwellers except for. Original description Small to large, flattened ; margin of test more or less strongly indented at posterior ambulacra, less distinctly at other ambulacra; apical system slightly anterior, petals more or less raised; anterior petal wide open, paired petals slightly closed; petals two-thirds to three-fourths length of radius; outer member of pore-pair moderately elongate; periproct marginal.
Abstract. The Neognathostomata (comprising the orders Clypeasteroida, Oligopygoida, Neolampadoida, and the paraphyletic Cassiduloida) form one of the three maj. Relevant literature. Durham, J.W. (). Classification of the clypeasteroid echinoids. University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, 31 (4), p.
Hall, C. A. (). Evolution of the Echinoid Genus sity of California Publications in Geological Sciences, 40 .LANTERN SUPPORT STRUCTURES IN THE CLYPEASTEROID ECHINOIDS [P.M.
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