Definition of Spatangoid. Meaning of Spatangoid. Synonyms of Spatangoid

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Definition of Spatangoid

Spatangoid
Spatangoid Spa*tan"goid, a. (Zo["o]l.) Of or pertaining to the Spatangoidea. -- n. One of the Spatangoidea.

Meaning of Spatangoid from wikipedia

- The heart urchins or Spatangoida are an order of sea urchins. Their body is a somewhat elongated oval in form, and is distinguished by the mouth being...
- bivalves Montacuta substriata and M. ferruginosa, "commensals" with spatangoids". Journal of the Marine Biological ****ociation of the United Kingdom...
- metres at the Alaskan continental margin in the Gulf of Alaska collected a spatangoid urchin, Cystochinus loveni, about 5 cm diameter, which was wearing a cloak...
- their particular spines, and feed on its organic fraction. Test of a spatangoid (oral face) : the mouth is on the right and the **** on the left. Echinocyamus...
- bivalves such as grapheids, exogyrids, pectens, and oysters; gastropods; spatangoid echinoderms; ammonoids; corals; sponges; and serpulid worms. Small fossils...
- of unrelated genera some of which are holasteroid, and others that are spatangoid. Later, Mortensen included just two genera - Aceste and Aeropsis. The...
- modern animals such as Spionid Polychaete worms, tropical Holothurians and Spatangoid urchins. Planolites Planolites mont**** Banz Dotternhausen Holzmaden Ohmden...
- Górka & Wysocka Miocene (late Badenian) Ternopil Beds  Ukraine A brissid spatangoid, a species of Rhabdobrissus. Sierradiadema Gen. et sp. nov Valid Mooi...
- History ser. 7, 12: 244–248; BHL 1904. Description of a new Genus of Spatangoids. Annals and Magazine of Natural History ser. 7, 13: 236–237; BHL - On...
- Latest Early Campanianearliest Late Campanian Several specimens A spatangoid; many fossils mislabelled as various species of the related genus Micraster...