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Echinoidea source details

Clark, A.M. (1989). An index of names of recent Asteroidea, part 1: Paxillosida and Notomyotida, in: Jangoux, M.; Lawrence, J.M. (Ed.) (1989). Echinoderm Studies, 3: pp. 225-347
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Asteroidea (additional source)
 Description

Species does not occur in the western Indian Ocean (Aziz (1986) cited in Walenkamp (1990)). Also distributed in ... [details]

 Description

Depth range: 2600-4820 m (Clark, 1989) [details]

 Distribution

Distribution: western Indian Ocean (A.M. Clark, 1989). [details]

 Distribution

Also distributed in Persian Gulf (Clark & Rowe, 1971). [details]

 Distribution

Distribution: Indian Ocean (A.M. Clark, 1989). [details]

 Distribution

Distribution: Indian Ocean (A.M. Clark, 1989). [details]

 Distribution

Distribution: Indian Ocean (A.M. Clark, 1989). [details]

 Distribution

Indian Ocean (A.M. Clark, 1989). [details]

 Distribution

Also reported from St Helena, Gambia-Congo (Clark & Courtman-Stock, 1976 <554>) [details]

 Distribution

Distribution: Western Indian Ocean (A.M. Clark, 1989). [details]

 Distribution

Distribution: Indian Ocean west of Sri Lanka (A.M. Clark, 1989). [details]

 Distribution

Distribution: various parts of the Indian Ocean (A.M. Clark, 1989). [details]

 Homonymy

Referred to Dytaster (Astropectinidae) by Perrier (1884) so becoming a homonym of Dytaster insignis (Perrier, 1884) ... [details]

 Remark

Type species: Asterias aranciana Linnaeus 1758, by subsequent designation by Fisher, 1908 (A.M. Clark, 1989). In ... [details]

 Remark

According to A.M. Clark (1989: 309): "Just sufficient indication to validate" [details]

 Remark

A.M. Clark (1989: 312) indicates that there is "Just sufficient indication to validate". [details]

 Remark

Type species: Porcellanaster (Eremicaster) tenebrarius Fisher, 1905 (=Eremicaster crassus (Sladen 1883)). [details]

 Remark

Type species: Luidia fragilissima Forbes, 1839 (=Asterias ciliaris Philippi, 1837) by original designation (Rowe & ... [details]

 Remark

Type species: Pectinidiscus annae Ludwig in Chun, 1900. [details]

 Remark

Type species: Persephonaster croceus Wood-Mason & Alcock, 1891 by subsequent designation by Fisher (1905). [details]

 Remark

Syntypes in Natural History Museum, London (England) 1890.5.7.118 (3 specimens), 1890.5.7.119 (2 specimens) and ... [details]

 Remark

Type species: Sidonaster vaneyi Koehler, 1909 by subsequent designation by Madsen (1961). [details]

 Remark

Type species: Thoracaster cylindratus Sladen, 1883 by monotypy. [details]

 Spelling
 for 

P. caeruleusSladen 1883 and H.E.S. Clark 1970 (without dipthong) are an unjustified emendment of spelling. ... [details]

 Synonymy

Raised to genus by Fell (1963) but not adopted by subsequent workers. Not accepted even as subgenus. [details]

 Synonymy

A synonym of A. cingulatus Sladen 1883 according to Doderlein (1917) but a valid species accoridng to Jangoux ... [details]

 Synonymy

This name was emended from Leptychaster Smith, 1876, with type species L. kerguelenensis Smith 1876, but emendment ... [details]

 Synonymy

A.M. Clark (1989: 296) considered that even isolation of the genus Lethmaster to a subfamily was unjustified. ... [details]

 Synonymy

According to A.M. Clark (1989). Type lost or genus and species based only on Pl. 8, Fig. 7a,b. of Seba 1758; probably ... [details]

 Synonymy

Must be suppressed in order to retain the better known Craspidaster hesperus according to A.M. Clark (1989). [details]

 Synonymy

Pararchasterinae is invalidated by the synonymy of the generic name Pararchaster Sladen, 1889 with Benthopecten ... [details]

 Synonymy

The older family group-name Mimasteridae is invalid since Mimaster Sladen, 1882 is a junior synonym of ... [details]

 Taxonomy

A NOMEN NUDUM with 'bare indication' of validity. But subsequent synonymy with Plutonaster notatus Sladen, 1889 ... [details]

 Type locality

SE of Durban, 208-280 m. [details]

 Type locality

unknown but probably off Natal or Mozambique; only one specimen known. [details]

 Type locality

near Crozet Is, Southern Ocean, 2926m [details]

 Type locality

off East Africa, western Indian Ocean, 183-638 m. (A.M. Clark, 1989). [details]

 Type locality

Gulf of Oman (A.M. Clark, 1989). [details]

 Type locality

unknown; only one specimen known. [details]

 Validity

Subspecific name valid since not contemporaneously included in Persephonaster with P. brevispinus (Sladen, 1883, ... [details]


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