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New Antarctic holothurians (Echinodermata) – I. Five new species with four new genera of the order Dendrochirotida
Gutt, J. (1990). New Antarctic holothurians (Echinodermata) – I. Five new species with four new genera of the order Dendrochirotida. Zoologica Scri. 19(1): 101–117.
In: Zoologica Scripta. Blackwell: Stockholm. ISSN 0300-3256; e-ISSN 1463-6409, more
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    Caespitugo citriformis Gutt, 1990 [WoRMS]; Caespitugo diversipes Gutt, 1990 [WoRMS]; Echinopsolus acanthocola Gutt, 1990 [WoRMS]; Microchoerus splendidus Gutt, 1990 [WoRMS]

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  • Gutt, J.

    Five new Antarctic species and four new genera of dendrochirote holothurians are described: Caespitugo diversipes gen. et sp.n., Caespitugo citriformis gen. et sp.n., Microchoerus splendidus gen. et sp.n. (all Cucumariidae), Crucella hystirix gen. et sp.n. (Paracucumidae), and Echinopsolus acanthocola gen. et sp.n. (Psolidae). To include Crucella in the Paracucumidae a minor change of the family diagnosis was necessary. This change is discussed. The species were caught on the continental shelf of the southern and eastern Weddell Sea. mainly in depths between 200 and 650m. Their systematic status within their families as well as relationships to representatives of other familes are discussed.

  • Asteroids, ophiuroids and holothurians from the South-Eastern Weddell Sea (Southern Ocean), more

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