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Brissopsis (part of subanal fasciole)
Brissopsis (part of subanal fasciole)
Description Part of subanal fasciole: Left: Brissopsis atlantica: Five ambulacral plates enter the subanal fasciole on each side, and four pore-pairs with specialized tube feet are developed. Right: Brissopsis mediterranea: Four ambulacral plates enter the subanal fasciole on each side, and three pore-pairs set with specialized tube feet are developed (marked in red).
Scale 6 mm.
Author Mortensen, Theodor JPG file - 134.46 kB - 913 x 818 pixels added on 2009-02-23205 viewsEchinoidea taxaScan of drawing Brissopsis atlantica Mortensen, 1907checked Kroh, Andreas 2021-02-24Scan of drawing Brissopsis mediterranea Mortensen, 1913 accepted as Brissopsis atlantica mediterranea Mortensen, 1913checked Kroh, Andreas 2021-02-24From reference Schultz, H. (2009). Sea urchins II: Worldwide irregular d... Download full sizeDownload full size © 2009 Mortensen, Theodor
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