Paxillosida

Paxillosida

[‚pak·sə′läs·əd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of the Asteroidea in some systems of classification, equivalent to the Paxillosina.
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Astropecten alligator (Paxillosida: Astropectinidae): Se encontraron asociaciones significativas en todos los casos entre la talla de los ejemplares y las variables predictivas (Cuadro 1 y Cuadro 2).
Phylogenetic relationships in the genus Astropecten Gray (Paxillosida: Astropectinidae) on a global scale: molecular evidence for morphological convergence, species-complexes and possible cryptic speciation.
Clase Asteroidea Orden Paxillosida Perrier, 1884 Familia Astropectinidae Gray, 1840 Astropecten regalis Gray, 1840 Material examinado: 2 especimenes: 1 especimen (CZM-58), R = 51 mm, recolectado en Isla del Amor, manglares de tumbes (3[grados]29'20,67"S - 80[grados]23'14,85"W) y 1 especimen (CZM-59), R = 53 mm, encontrado varado en Mancora (4[grados]6'36,95"S - 81[grados]3'55,60"W).
Mitochondrial rDNA phylogeny of the Asteroidea suggests the primitiveness of the Paxillosida. Mol.
But Bosch (1992) and Jaeckle (1994) showed that larval cloning is not taxonomically restricted when they reported larval cloning in brachiolaria larvae, which are common to all asteroid orders except the Paxillosida (to which Luidia belongs).
Previous laboratory studies have noted larval cloning in members of the Paxillosida and Forcipulatida (EJB and WBJ, pers.
Astropecten marginatus Gray 1840 es una estrella de mar perteneciente a la Clase Asteroidea, Orden Paxillosida y Familia Astropectinidae.