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Clark, H. L. (1928). The sea-lilies, sea-stars, brittle-stars and sea-urchins of the South Australian Museum. Records of the South Australian Museum. 3(4): 361-482.
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Clark, H. L.
1928
The sea-lilies, sea-stars, brittle-stars and sea-urchins of the South Australian Museum
Records of the South Australian Museum
3(4): 361-482
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from Kier & Lawson (1978)
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Allostichaster regularis H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Amblypneustes pulchellus (H.L. Clark, 1928) (original description)
Ammotrophus cyclius H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Ammotrophus platyterus H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Amphiura (Amphiura) trisacantha H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Amphiura trisacantha H.L. Clark, 1928 represented as Amphiura (Amphiura) trisacantha H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Asterina crassispina H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Asterina gibbosa (Pennant, 1777) (original description)
Astropecten syntomus H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Astropecten pectinatus Sladen, 1883 accepted as Bollonaster pectinatus (Sladen, 1883) (original description)
Echinaster glomeratus var. extremus H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Euantedon paucicirra HL Clark, 1928 (original description)
Fibularia plateia H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Genocidaris incerta H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Microcyphus pulchellus H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Amblypneustes pulchellus (H.L. Clark, 1928) (original description)
Nectria multispina H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Nepanthia grandis H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Paranepanthia grandis (H.L. Clark, 1928) (original description)
Ophiacantha brachygnatha H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Ophiactis tricolor H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Ophiocoma canaliculata pulchra H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Clarkcoma canaliculata (Lütken, 1869) (original description)
Ophiocomina australis H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Clarkcoma australis (H.L. Clark, 1928) (original description)
Ophiocrossota heteracantha H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Ophiocrossota multispina (Ljungman, 1867) (original description)
Ophiomusium anisacanthum H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Ophiomusium aporum H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Ophiomusium australe H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Ophiomusium australe H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Ophiomusium simplex var. australe H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Ophiomusium australe H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Ophiothrix albostriata H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Macrophiothrix albostriata (H.L. Clark, 1928) (original description)
Ophiothrix hymenacantha H.L. Clark, 1928 represented as Ophiothrix (Keystonea) hymenacantha H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Macrophiothrix hymenacantha (H.L. Clark, 1928) (original description)
Ophiothrix lineocaerulea H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Macrophiothrix lineocaerulea (H.L. Clark, 1928) (original description)
Ophiurodon opacum H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Ophioconis opacum (Clark, 1928) (original description)
Placophiothrix albolineata H.L. Clark, 1938 accepted as Macrophiothrix albolineata (H.L. Clark, 1938) (original description)
Smilasterias irregularis H.L. Clark, 1928 (original description)
Teliocrinus monarthrus HL Clark, 1928 accepted as Teliocrinus springeri (AH Clark, 1909) (original description)
Temnopleurus australis H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Temnopleurus michaelseni (Döderlein, 1914) (original description)
Uniophora gymnonota H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Uniophora nuda (Perrier, 1875) (original description)
Uniophora multispina H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Uniophora granifera (Lamarck, 1816) (original description)
Uniophora obesa H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Uniophora granifera (Lamarck, 1816) (original description)
Uniophora uniserialis H.L. Clark, 1928 accepted as Uniophora granifera (Lamarck, 1816) (original description)
 Status

Previously considered to belong to Microcyphus (H.L. Clark, 1912; Mortensen, 1943), this species was transferred to ... [details]