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Ctenocidaris speciosa (oral)
Ctenocidaris speciosa (oral)
Description Oral side: The long spined young, almost ready to leave the mother, are accumulated at the sunken peristome. The oral spines of the female are widened by coarse thorns, and flexed at the distal end.
Diameter of test 45 mm; Weddell Sea, Antarctica.
Author Mortensen, Theodor JPG file - 167.79 kB - 945 x 1 232 pixels added on 2005-02-23293 viewsRAS taxaDigital photo, entire species Ctenocidaris speciosa Mortensen, 1910checked Kroh, Andreas 2021-02-24From reference Schultz, H. (2006). Sea urchins: A guide to worldwide sha... © 2005 Mortensen, Theodor
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