WoRMS name details

Comissia ignota var. minuta Gislén, 1922

246822  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:246822)

 unaccepted (basionym)
Variety
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
Not documented
Taxonomic remark The photographed specimen is labeled as Co-type. The comb teeth on the pinnulars are tall, triangular and remain tall to...  
Taxonomic remark The photographed specimen is labeled as Co-type. The comb teeth on the pinnulars are tall, triangular and remain tall to the distal end of the comb. [details]

Taxonomic remark The photographed specimen appears to be specimen no. 12 described by Gislén (1922, pp. 26-27). AH Clark (1931) redescribed...  
Taxonomic remark The photographed specimen appears to be specimen no. 12 described by Gislén (1922, pp. 26-27). AH Clark (1931) redescribed it as follows: "...centrodorsal is 2 mm. in diameter, the bare dorsal pole being 1.5 mm. across. The cirri are XX, 10-11, 4 mm. long; 4 of the cirri are very small. The IBr1 are eight times as broad as long. The IBr2 (axillaries) are five times as broad as long. The 10 arms are 30 mm. long. Syzygies occur usually between brachials 1+2 and 3+4. P1 is 4 mm. long with 24 segments, of which 9 bear teeth. P2 is 3.5 mm. long with 20 segments, of which 9 bear teeth. P3 is 3 mm. long with 11 segments. The distal pinnules are 3.5 mm. long with 14-15 segments. The bases of the pinnules bear swollen gonads. The disk is 3 mm. in diameter. The color is brown. [details]
Messing, C. (2021). World List of Crinoidea. Comissia ignota var. minuta Gislén, 1922. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=246822 on 2021-06-21
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2007-10-14 12:33:21Z
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2011-02-23 08:39:08Z
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Not documented
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Taxonomic remark The photographed specimen is labeled as Co-type. The comb teeth on the pinnulars are tall, triangular and remain tall to the distal end of the comb. [details]

Taxonomic remark The photographed specimen appears to be specimen no. 12 described by Gislén (1922, pp. 26-27). AH Clark (1931) redescribed it as follows: "...centrodorsal is 2 mm. in diameter, the bare dorsal pole being 1.5 mm. across. The cirri are XX, 10-11, 4 mm. long; 4 of the cirri are very small. The IBr1 are eight times as broad as long. The IBr2 (axillaries) are five times as broad as long. The 10 arms are 30 mm. long. Syzygies occur usually between brachials 1+2 and 3+4. P1 is 4 mm. long with 24 segments, of which 9 bear teeth. P2 is 3.5 mm. long with 20 segments, of which 9 bear teeth. P3 is 3 mm. long with 11 segments. The distal pinnules are 3.5 mm. long with 14-15 segments. The bases of the pinnules bear swollen gonads. The disk is 3 mm. in diameter. The color is brown. [details]