WoRMS name details

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorDisasteroida †

593407  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:593407)

Mintz, 1968
Unaccepted: synonym, or anything that is not accepted unaccepted (paraphyletic)
Order
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
fossil only
Mintz, L. W. (1968). Echinoids of the Mesozoic families Collyritidae d'Orbigny, 1853 and Disasteridae Gras, 1848. Journal of Paleontology. 42: 1272-1288.
page(s): 1 287 [details]   
Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorStatus As defined by Mintz (1968: p. 1287), the order Disasteroida would include the genera Disaster L. Agassiz, 1836 and...  
Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorStatus As defined by Mintz (1968: p. 1287), the order Disasteroida would include the genera Disaster L. Agassiz, 1836 and Acrolusia Lambert, 1920. A recent phylogenetic analysis by Barras (2007: p. 150) confirms the close relationship of the two taxa, but shows that they are stem-group members of the order Spatangoida and that the order Disasteroida is paraphyletic.  [details]
Kroh, A. (2012). Disasteroida †. In: Kroh, A. & Mooi, R. (2017). World Echinoidea Database. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/traits/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=593407 on 2018-01-23

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original description Mintz, L. W. (1968). Echinoids of the Mesozoic families Collyritidae d'Orbigny, 1853 and Disasteridae Gras, 1848. Journal of Paleontology. 42: 1272-1288.
page(s): 1 287 [details]   
From editor or global species database
Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorDiagnosis Endocyclic or exocyclic Atelostomata with a disjunct apical system; protosternous, meridosternous or amphisternous plastron; and typically with phyllodes, but no floscelle. [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorStatus As defined by Mintz (1968: p. 1287), the order Disasteroida would include the genera Disaster L. Agassiz, 1836 and Acrolusia Lambert, 1920. A recent phylogenetic analysis by Barras (2007: p. 150) confirms the close relationship of the two taxa, but shows that they are stem-group members of the order Spatangoida and that the order Disasteroida is paraphyletic.  [details]