Echinoidea note details

Type material
Holotype. Auckland War Memorial Museum, Auckland, New Zealand (AIM MA) specimen AIM MA73563 (isolate nr. Ker907), a cleaned corona, spines and lantern, collected by J. David Aguirre and Libby Liggins on 31/10/2015 at a depth of 0 to 10 m. A tissue sample (tubefeet) has been deposited together with the holotype. Paratypes. Two cleaned coronas (AIM MA73564 and Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, Geologisch-Paläontologische Abteilung, Vienna, Austria (NHMW-Geo) NHMW-Geo 2017/0016/0001 [formerly MA 121530.10]; isolate Ker903 and Ker910 respectively) and five intact, formalin-fixed specimens preserved in ethanol (AIM MA73565, AIM MA73566, and National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Wellington, New Zealand (NIWA) 116558 [=isolates Ker902, Ker904, and Ker911]; Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, 3. Zoologische Abteilung, Sammlung Evertebrata Varia, Vienna, Austria (NHMW-EV) NHMW-EV 20452 and 20453 [=isolates Ker901, and Ker906]); collection details as for holotype.
Bronstein, O.; Kroh, A.; Tautscher, B.; Liggins, L.; Haring, E. (2017). Cryptic speciation in pan-tropical sea urchins: a case study of an edge-of-range population of Tripneustes from the Kermadec Islands. <em>Scientific Reports.</em> 7(1): 5948. Available for editors  PDF available
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