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Higgins, R. P. (1983). The Atlantic barrier reef ecosystem at Carrie Bow Cay, Belize, II. Kinorhyncha. Smithsonian Contributions to the Marine Sciences. (18): 1-131.
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10.5479/si.01960768.18.1 [view]
Higgins, R. P.
1983
The Atlantic barrier reef ecosystem at Carrie Bow Cay, Belize, II. Kinorhyncha
Smithsonian Contributions to the Marine Sciences
(18): 1-131
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Echinoderes Clapar├Ęde, 1863 (identification resource)
Kinorhynchus Sheremetevskij, 1974 (identification resource)
Pycnophyes Zelinka, 1907 (identification resource)
 Etymology

The name of this species is from the Latin abbreviatus (shortened). [details]

 Etymology

This species is named in honor of Thomas D. Horn, who, as a student, had a brief romance with the Kinorhyncha until ... [details]

 Etymology

The name of this species is from the Latin im (not) plus perforatus (perforated). [details]

 Etymology

The name of this species is derived from the Latin truncus (cutoff). [details]

 Etymology

This species is named in honor of Marie Heller Wallace in gratitude for her assistance in both the field and ... [details]

 Etymology

The name of this species is from the Greek apotomus (cut off, abrupt). [details]

 Etymology

This species is named after the country where it was discovered. [details]

 Etymology

The name of this species is from the Greek deiropedes (necklace) plus phoras (bearing), in reference to the ... [details]

 Etymology

The name of this species is from the Greek distentus (swell out, distended), which reflects the character of the ... [details]

 Etymology

This species name is from the Greek erismatus (buttressed), which reflects the structural reinforcement of the ... [details]

 Etymology

This species name is from the Greek steno (narrow) plus pygos (rump), which reflects the morphology of the terminal ... [details]

 Etymology

The name of this species is from the Latin tres (three) plus seta (bristle), reflecting the three lateral setae ... [details]

 Etymology

[The species was assumed to exist by Higgins: "Paracentrophyes praedictus, as its name infers, was not a surprise ... [details]

 Etymology

The name of this species is from the Latin corrugatus (wrinkled), referring to the series of parallel cuticular ... [details]

 Etymology

This species name is from the Greek ekphantor (revealer). [details]

 Etymology

This species name is from the Latin emarginatus (notched at apex), referring to the medial notch on the terminal ... [details]

 Etymology

This species name is from the Greek inion (nape of neck) plus rhaptos (stitched), referring to the transverse line ... [details]

 Etymology

This species name is from the Latin longus (long) plus cornus (horn), referring to the lateral terminal spines ... [details]

 Taxonomic remark

Higgins (1983, p. 37) did not provide an explanation why he changed the name Echinoderes (Centropsis) eruca to E. ... [details]

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