Temnopleuridae

Temnopleuridae

[‚tem·nō′plu̇r·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of echinoderms in the order Temnopleuroida whose tubercles are imperforate, though usually crenulate.
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1857) (Echinoidea: Temnopleuridae) from Patagonia, Argentina.
Reproduction of the sea urchin Pseudechinus Magellanicus (Echinoidea: Temnopleuridae) from Golfo Nuevo, Argentina.
Dgebuadze, "Symbiotic assemblage associated with the tropical sea urchin, Salmacis bicolor (Echinoidea: Temnopleuridae) in the An Thoi archipelago, Vietnam," Symbiosis, vol.
Reproductive cycle of the sea urchin Holopneustes purpurascense (Temnopleuridae: Echinodermata).
Temnopleuridae) dans le neogene de l'ouest europeen.
Hawaiian and other Pacific echini: the Pedinidae, Physomatidae, Stomopneustidae, Echinidae, Temnopleuridae, Strongylocentrotidae, and Echinometridae.
In the present study, the development of the sea urchin Temnopleurus toreumaticus (Leske)(Temnopleuridae), known as a typical indirect-developing species whose development was previously observed by Mortensen (4), Onoda (5), and Okada and Miyauchi (6), was re-observed, and here we record two novel morphological traits concerning the spontaneous development in the early embryonic stages.
Among Temnopleuridae, this feature could be a trait unique to T.
Hawaiian and other Pacific echini - The Pedinidae, Phymosomatidae, Stomopneustidae, Echinidae, Temnopleuridae, Strongylocentrodidae, and Echinometridae.
Adult Holopneustes purpurascens (Temnopleuridae: Echinodermata) at this site are principally found on laminae of the kelp Ecklonia radiata (Laminariales: Phaeophyta) and in the fronds of the red foliose alga Delisea pulchra (Bonnemaisonales: Rhodophyta).