WoRMS name details

Acanthotrema Baker & Rowe, 1990

512909  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:512909)

 unaccepted (preoccupied (non Travassos, 1928))
Genus

Species Acanthotrema siculum Baker & Rowe, 1990 accepted as Kermabrissoides siculum (Baker & Rowe, 1990) (genus preoccupied, transferred to Kermabrissoides)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent only
neuter
Baker, A. N. & Rowe, F. W. E. 1990. Atelostomatid sea urchins from Australian and New Zealand waters (Echinoidea: Cassiduloida, Holasteroida, Spatangoida, Neoplampadoida). Invertebrate Taxonomy 4, 281-316.
page(s): 312 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
Etymology acantha (Greek) = spine, trema (Greek) =hole, referring to the peculiar plates surrounding the anal aperture;  
Etymology acantha (Greek) = spine, trema (Greek) =hole, referring to the peculiar plates surrounding the anal aperture; [details]
Kroh, A.; Mooi, R. (2019). World Echinoidea Database. Acanthotrema Baker & Rowe, 1990. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=512909 on 2019-04-21
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2010-09-06 12:01:53Z
created
2010-09-06 12:28:48Z
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2019-04-17 06:23:35Z
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original description Baker, A. N. & Rowe, F. W. E. 1990. Atelostomatid sea urchins from Australian and New Zealand waters (Echinoidea: Cassiduloida, Holasteroida, Spatangoida, Neoplampadoida). Invertebrate Taxonomy 4, 281-316.
page(s): 312 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
From editor or global species database
Diagnosis Palaeopneustid genus with 4 genital pores, right anterior occurring with madreporite; weakly developed ambulacral pores, pores double, but pore pairs heavily reduced in anterior side of anterior ambulacra, ambulacra sub-petaloid; labrum elongate, plastron short; 3 tubefeet each side within sub-anal fasciole. [details]

Etymology acantha (Greek) = spine, trema (Greek) =hole, referring to the peculiar plates surrounding the anal aperture; [details]