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Echinoidea name details

Psammechinus humilior Bittner, 1892 †

1346856  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1346856)

 unaccepted (made the type-species of Cryptechinus)
Species
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
fossil only
Not documented
Note Morgan, Australia, Philip (1969: p. 237)...  
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Type locality Morgan, Australia [details]
Type material Philip (1969: p. 237) states: Although Bittner gave no locality for his species, on Tate’s (loc. cit.) authority his two specimens came from the Murray River Cliffs. The specimen which he illustrated in PI. 1, fig. 3 is here chosen as lectotype. The specimen is lost (I, p. 183). As neotype P17966 is selected. [details]
Fossil range mid-Miocene  
Fossil range mid-Miocene [details]

Stratigraphy Morgan Limestone  
Stratigraphy Morgan Limestone [details]

Taxonomic remark Placed tentatively into Psammechinus by Bittner (1892)  
Taxonomic remark Placed tentatively into Psammechinus by Bittner (1892) [details]
Kroh, A.; Mooi, R. (2019). World Echinoidea Database. Psammechinus humilior Bittner, 1892 †. Accessed at: http://marinespecies.org/echinoidea/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1346856 on 2019-06-17
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status source Philip, G. M. 1969. The Tertiary echinoids of south-eastern Australia. IV. Camarodonta (2). Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 82, 233-275., available online at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/260106#page/245/mode/1up
page(s): 237-240; fig. 1a-k; pl. 3: figs 1-9, pl. 4: figs 1-6 [details]   
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Fossil range mid-Miocene [details]

Stratigraphy Morgan Limestone [details]

Taxonomic remark Placed tentatively into Psammechinus by Bittner (1892) [details]

Type locality Morgan, Australia [details]

Type material Philip (1969: p. 237) states: Although Bittner gave no locality for his species, on Tate’s (loc. cit.) authority his two specimens came from the Murray River Cliffs. The specimen which he illustrated in PI. 1, fig. 3 is here chosen as lectotype. The specimen is lost (I, p. 183). As neotype P17966 is selected. [details]

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