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Echinoidea taxon details

Gitolampas Gauthier, 1889 †

512897  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:512897)

accepted
Genus
Echanthus Cooke, 1942 † (subjective junior synonym)
Gitolampopsis Checchia-Rispoli, 1921 † (subjective junior synonym)
Santeelampas Cooke, 1959 † (subjective junior synonym)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
fossil only
feminine
Not documented
Distribution Europe, Cuba, Japan, NE Iran, North Africa, Pakistan, Oman, Tibet, United Arab Emirates, Madagascar,
India, and the USA.  
Distribution Europe, Cuba, Japan, NE Iran, North Africa, Pakistan, Oman, Tibet, United Arab Emirates, Madagascar,
India, and the USA. [details]

Fossil range Upper Cretaceous (Senonian) to Miocene  
Fossil range Upper Cretaceous (Senonian) to Miocene [details]
Kroh, A.; Mooi, R. (2020). World Echinoidea Database. Gitolampas Gauthier, 1889 †. Accessed at: http://marinespecies.org/echinoidea/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=512897 on 2021-01-17
Date
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2010-09-06 12:01:53Z
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2010-09-06 12:28:48Z
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2020-01-20 07:46:42Z
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Diagnosis Medium size, elongate, often with pointed posterior extremity, greatest width posterior to center, rounded margin; apical system monobasal, anterior, four genital pores; petals well developed, broad, closing distally, with broad interporiferous zones, poriferous zones of same petal of same length, pores conjugate, outer pore elongate but not slit-like, ambulacral plates beyond petals single pored; periproct marginal, slightly visible from above or below, longitudinal; peristome transverse, anterior, large, subpentagonal; bourrelets well developed, vertical walled; phyllodes broad, single pored, with two or sometimes three series of pores in each half-ambulacrum; buccal pores present. [details]

Distribution Europe, Cuba, Japan, NE Iran, North Africa, Pakistan, Oman, Tibet, United Arab Emirates, Madagascar,
India, and the USA. [details]

Fossil range Upper Cretaceous (Senonian) to Miocene [details]

Morphology According to Carrasco et al. (2019: p. 5): "It is also worth noting the following observation by Kier (1962) about Gitolampas tunetana: “The figure by Cotteau (1890, pl. 246, fig. 6) of the floscelle is in error in showing double pores in the phyllodes”." [details]

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