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Echinoidea taxon details

Luminacea

1572017  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1572017)

Mongiardino Koch, Thompson, Hiley, McCowin, Armstrong, Coppard, Aguilera, Bronstein, Kroh, Mooi & Rouse, 2022
accepted
Superorder
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent + fossil
Mongiardino Koch, N., Thompson, J.R., Hiley, A.S., McCowin, M.F., Armstrong, A.F., Coppard, S.E., Aguilera, F., Bronstein, O., Kroh, A., Mooi, R. & Rouse, G.W. (2022). Phylogenomic analyses of echinoid diversification prompt a re-evaluation of their fossil record. <em>eLife.</em> 2022;11:e72460.
page(s): 10 [details]   
Etymology Named in reference to "... the dynamic evolutionary history of the Aristotle’s lantern (i.e., the echinoid jaw-apparatus)...  
Etymology Named in reference to "... the dynamic evolutionary history of the Aristotle’s lantern (i.e., the echinoid jaw-apparatus) within the clade (present in the adults of both clypeasteroids and scutelloids, but found only in the juveniles of Cassiduloida sensu stricto), the inclusion of the so-called lamp urchins (echinolampadids) within the clade, and the illumination provided by this hitherto unexpected topology." [details]
Echinoidea (2022). Luminacea. Accessed at: https://www.marinespecies.org/echinoidea/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1572017 on 2022-06-30
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original description Mongiardino Koch, N., Thompson, J.R., Hiley, A.S., McCowin, M.F., Armstrong, A.F., Coppard, S.E., Aguilera, F., Bronstein, O., Kroh, A., Mooi, R. & Rouse, G.W. (2022). Phylogenomic analyses of echinoid diversification prompt a re-evaluation of their fossil record. <em>eLife.</em> 2022;11:e72460.
page(s): 10 [details]   
From editor or global species database
Etymology Named in reference to "... the dynamic evolutionary history of the Aristotle’s lantern (i.e., the echinoid jaw-apparatus) within the clade (present in the adults of both clypeasteroids and scutelloids, but found only in the juveniles of Cassiduloida sensu stricto), the inclusion of the so-called lamp urchins (echinolampadids) within the clade, and the illumination provided by this hitherto unexpected topology." [details]

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