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Echinoderes

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Echinoderes is a genus of mud dragons first described in 1863.[1] It is the largest genus within class Kinorhyncha.[4] It is a highly diverse genus, with member species that inhabit "most marine benthic substrates, on latitudes ranging from the Arctic to the tropics, and from the intertidal zone down to the deep sea."[1] Species on the east coasts of North and South America have been extensively studied by Robert P. Higgins.[1] Species in east Asia have been extensively studied by A. V. Adrianov.[1]

Members of Echinoderes are sexually dimorphic.[5]

Species

Over 75 species are accepted within Echinoderes:[6]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e Sørensen, Martin Vinther, et al. "An exploration of Echinoderes (Kinorhyncha: Cyclorhagida) in Korean and neighboring waters, with the description of four new species and a redescription of E. tchefouensis Lou, 1934." Zootaxa 3368 (2012): 161-196.
  2. ^ Clararède, E. (1863). Zur Kenntnis der Gattung Echinoderes Duj. Beobachtungen über Anatomie un Entwicklungsgeschichte wirbelloser Thiere an der Küste von Normandie angelstellt. Leipzig: Wilhelm Engelmann.
  3. ^ Felder & Camp 2009, p. 1130.
  4. ^ Felder, Darryl L.; Camp, David K. (2009). Gulf of Mexico Origin, Waters, and Biota: Biodiversity. Texas A&M University Press. p. 1130. ISBN 9781603442695.
  5. ^ Felder & Camp 2009, p. 1129.
  6. ^ "Echinoderes". WoRMS. World Register of Marine Species. Retrieved 2019-01-04.
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Echinoderes: Brief Summary

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Echinoderes is a genus of mud dragons first described in 1863. It is the largest genus within class Kinorhyncha. It is a highly diverse genus, with member species that inhabit "most marine benthic substrates, on latitudes ranging from the Arctic to the tropics, and from the intertidal zone down to the deep sea." Species on the east coasts of North and South America have been extensively studied by Robert P. Higgins. Species in east Asia have been extensively studied by A. V. Adrianov.

Members of Echinoderes are sexually dimorphic.

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Echinoderes

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Echinoderes est un genre de kinorhynches de la famille des Echinoderidae.

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Echinoderes est un genre de kinorhynches de la famille des Echinoderidae.

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