Aulodonta

Aulodonta

[‚ȯl·ə′dän·tə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of echinoderms proposed by R. Jackson in 1921.
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Parte primera: Ordenes Cidaroidea y Aulodonta. Parte segunda--Ordenes Stiridonta y Camarodonta.
On the basis of adult characters, notably aulodont teeth and hollow spines, Mortensen (1927) placed the family in the order Diadematoida, suborder Aulodonta, in the company of the Echinothuriidae, the Pedinidae, and the Diadematidae.