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Echinoidea source details

Mortensen, T. 1905. Some new species of Echinoidea. Videnskabelige Meddelelser fra den naturhistoriske Forening i Kjøbenhavn, Series 6 7, 241-243.
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Mortensen, T.
1905
Some new species of Echinoidea. Videnskabelige Meddelelser fra den naturhistoriske Forening i
Kjøbenhavn, Series
6(7): 241-243
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Antarctica for Antrechinus drygalskii (Mortensen, 1905) 
Antarctica for Urechinus drygalskii Mortensen, 1905 
Davis Strait for Pourtalesia wandeli Mortensen, 1905 
Denmark Strait for Plexechinus hirsutus Mortensen, 1905 
Icelandic Exclusive Economic Zone for Echinosigra paradoxa (Mortensen, 1905) 
Icelandic Exclusive Economic Zone for Pourtalesia paradoxa Mortensen, 1905 
South Atlantic for Antrechinus nordenskjoldi (Mortensen, 1905) 
South Atlantic for Plexechinus nordenskioldi Mortensen, 1905 
South Georgian and the South Sandwich Islands for Amphipneustes koehleri Mortensen, 1905 
 Original description

Differs from A. Lorioli Koehler by its low test, which recalls that of Abatus cavernosus. The periproct is above ... [details]

 Original description

Differs from U. naresianus in the configuration of the posterior end of the test; the periproct is just above the ... [details]

 Original description

Differs considerably from the two other species in several respects. The labrum is not separated from the second ... [details]

 Original description

This is the most extraordinary of the species of Pourtalesia hitherto known. It is nearly related to P. phiale, but ... [details]

 Original description

Closely related to the Pacific species, P. cinctus A. Ag., from which it is, however, easily distinguished by the ... [details]

 Original description

Differs considerably from the two other species in several respects. The labrum is not separated from the second ... [details]

 Original description

This is the most extraordinary of the species of Pourtalesia hitherto known. It is nearly related to P. phiale, but ... [details]

 Original description

Differs from U. naresianus in the configuration of the posterior end of the test; the periproct is just above the ... [details]

 Type locality

Lat. 53° 34' S. Long. 43° 23' W. 160 M. Lat. 54° 17' S. Long. 36° 28' W. 74 M. Off South Georgia. (Swedish ... [details]

 Type locality

Near the Antarctic Continent; 3423 Meter. (German South- Polar Expedition.)  [details]

 Type locality

Lat. 53° 34' S. Long. 43° 23' W. (Shag Rocks Bank) 160 Meter. (Swedish South-Polar Expedition.) [details]

 Type locality

S. of Iceland. 843-912 fathoms. (‘Ingolf’-Expedition.) [details]

 Type locality

Northern Atlantic; Denmark Strait. c. 450-1300 fathoms. (‘Ingolf '-Expedition.) [details]

 Type locality

Lat. 53° 34' S. Long. 43° 23' W. (Shag Rocks Bank) 160 Meter. (Swedish South-Polar Expedition.) [details]

 Type locality

S. of Iceland. 843-912 fathoms. (‘Ingolf’-Expedition.) [details]

 Type locality

Northern Atlantic; Davis Strait. 845 - 1715 fathoms. (‘Ingolf’- Expedition) [details]

 Type locality

This is a large species like P. Jefreysi, from which it is easily distinguished by the shape of the test; it is ... [details]

 Type locality

Near the Antarctic Continent; 3423 Meter. (German South- Polar Expedition.)  [details]


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