Phymosomatidae

Phymosomatidae

[‚fī·mə·sō′mad·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of echinacean echinoderms in the order Phymosomatoida with imperforate crenulate tubercles; one surviving genus is known.
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In this paper, we call the feature "wrinkle" according to a previous report of the fertilized egg surface of the sea urchin Glyptocidaris crenularis (Phymosomatidae) (7).
Order Phymosomatoida Family Phymosomatidae Genus Micropsis COTTEAU, 1856 Micropsis aff tremadesi COTTEAU P1.7, fig.3 1890 Micropsis tremadesi COTTEAU, p.96, PIXV/3-6 Material - 2 Samples Distribution - Aquitanian of Eidajti and Shurab.
Hawaiian and other Pacific echini - The Pedinidae, Phymosomatidae, Stomopneustidae, Echinidae, Temnopleuridae, Strongylocentrodidae, and Echinometridae.