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Madon-Senez, C. (2002). A new species of marsupiate Antarctic echinoid: Amphipneustes davidi (Echinodermata: Spatangoida: Schizasteridae). Proc. Bio. Soc. Wash. 115(1): 51-56.
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Madon-Senez, C.
2002
A new species of marsupiate Antarctic echinoid: Amphipneustes davidi (Echinodermata: Spatangoida: Schizasteridae)
Proc. Bio. Soc. Wash.
115(1): 51-56
Publication
The Recent brooding species of the genus Amphipneustes (Schizasteridae) live in the subantarctic and antarctic regions. A new brooding species, Amphipneustes davidi, differs from its congeners in three ways: the periproct, located at the ambital posterior region of the test, is conspicuous from the apical side; the posterior ambulacral avenues of the oral side are strongly directed laterally; peculiar huge bidentate pedicellariae show an unusual spatulate shape.
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Amphipneustes davidi Madon-Senez, 2002 (original description)
Antarctic 200NM zone beyond the coastline for Amphipneustes davidi Madon-Senez, 2002 
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