• Contributions in marine science volume 36 

    University of Texas Marine Science Institute (Port Aransas Marine Laboratory, University of Texas Marine Science Institute, 2012-10-03)
    Table of Contents. List of Figures (p. ii-iii) -- Introduction (p. 1) -- Methods (p. 2) -- Systematic Accounts. Class Asteroidea (p. 3) -- Classification (p. 3-4) -- Key (p. 4-5) -- Descriptions (p. 5-11) -- Class Echinoidea ...
  • A re-evaluation of crinoid morphology and proposed relationship of crown groups, with insights from biogeography 

    Womack, Kyle Richard (2011-10-04)
    Crinoids are the most primitive living members of the Phylum Echinodermata. Though still present in reduced numbers today, crinoids were the dominant echinoderms from the Ordovician to the Permian. The crinoid body plan ...