Echinoidea note details

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West of Meyer Islands (S 29°14′39.06″ W177°52′46.56″), near Raoul Island, Kermadec Islands, New Zealand. Tripneustes were abundant in this habitat of rock spurs that had small areas of horizontal rock, to near vertical rock walls (0–10 m) leading to a base of sand (starting at 11 m and gently sloping deeper).
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. Scientific Reports. 7(1): 5948. Available for editors  PDF available
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