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Articulata

183494  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:183494)

Zittel, 1879
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  1. Order Articulata incertae sedis
  2. Order Comatulida
  3. Order Cyrtocrinida
  4. Order Hyocrinida
  5. Order Isocrinida
  6. Order Bourgueticrinida accepted as Bourgueticrinina (synonym)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
Miller JS (1821) A natural history of the Crinoidea or lily-shaped animals, with observations on the genera <i>Asteria</i>, <i>Euryale</i>, <i>Comatula</i>, and <i>Marsupites</i>. C. Frost. Bristol. 150 p., 50 pl., available online at https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.32130 [details]   
Description Cup composed of radial and basal ossicles without anal plates in the adult. Infrabasals present in many fossil taxa; reduced...  
Description Cup composed of radial and basal ossicles without anal plates in the adult. Infrabasals present in many fossil taxa; reduced or absent in extant taxa. Mouth exposed on the surface. Axial nerves enclosed in a canal penetrating the basals, radials, and brachials. Brachials generally joined by muscular articulation, but non-muscular (ligamentary) articulations are present in almost all species. Arms bearing pinnules in all extant taxa.  [details]
Messing, C.; Gondim, A.I.; Markello, K.; Poatskievick Pierezan, B.; Taylor, K.; Eléaume, M. (2024). World List of Crinoidea. Articulata. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: https://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=183494 on 2024-06-15
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original description Miller JS (1821) A natural history of the Crinoidea or lily-shaped animals, with observations on the genera <i>Asteria</i>, <i>Euryale</i>, <i>Comatula</i>, and <i>Marsupites</i>. C. Frost. Bristol. 150 p., 50 pl., available online at https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.32130 [details]   

context source (PeRMS) Solís-Marín, F. A.; Alvarado, J. J.; Abreu-Pérez, M.; Aguilera, O.; Alió, J.; Bacallado-Aránega, J. J.; Barraza, E.; Benavides-Serrato, M.; Benítez-Villalobos, F.; Betancourt-Fernández, L.; Borges, M.; Brandt, M.; Brogger, M. I.; Borrero-Pérez, G. H.; Buitrón-Sánchez, E.; Campos, L. S.; Cantera, J.; Clemente, S.; Cohen-Renjifo, M.; Coppard, S.; Costa-Lotufo, L. V.; del Valle-García, R.; Díaz, Y.; Díaz de Vivar, M. E.; Díaz-Martínez, J. P.; Durán-González, A.; Epherra, L.; Escolar, M.; Francisco, V.; Freire, C. A.; García-Arrarás, E.; Gil, D. G.; Guarderas, P.; Hadel, V. F.; Hearn, A.; Hernández, J. C.; Hernández-Delgado, E. A.; Herrera-Moreno, A.; Herrero-Pérezrul, M. D.; Hooker, Y.; Honey-Escandón, M. B. I.; Lodeiros, C.; Luzuriaga, M.; Manso, C. L. C.; Martín, A.; Martinez, M. I.; Martínez, S.; Moro-Abad; Mutschke, E.; Navarro, J. C.; Neira, R.; Noriega, N.; Palleiro-Nayar, J. S.; Pérez, A. F.; Pérez-Ruzafa, A.; Prieto-Rios, E.; Reyes, J.; Rodríguez, R.; Rubilar, T.; Sancho-Mejía, T.; Sangil, C.; Silva, J. R. M. C.; Sonnenholzner, J. I.; Ventura, C. R.; Tablado, A.; Tavares, Y.; Tiago, C. G.; Tuya, F.;Williams, S. M. (2013). Appendix. <em>In: J. J. Alvarado & F. A. Solís-Marín (eds), Echinoderm Research and Diversity in Latin America.</em> pp. 471-510. Springer; Berlin & Heidelberg. page(s): 543-654. [details]   

basis of record Hess H (2011) Articulata: Introduction. In: Seldon P (ed.) and Ausich WI (Coordinating Author). Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part T, Echinodermata 2 Revised, Crinoidea 3. University of Kansas Press, Lawrence, Kansas. pp. 1-22. [details]   
 
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Description Cup composed of radial and basal ossicles without anal plates in the adult. Infrabasals present in many fossil taxa; reduced or absent in extant taxa. Mouth exposed on the surface. Axial nerves enclosed in a canal penetrating the basals, radials, and brachials. Brachials generally joined by muscular articulation, but non-muscular (ligamentary) articulations are present in almost all species. Arms bearing pinnules in all extant taxa.  [details]
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