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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 16 February 2017
Paleobiology (2017) 43 (2): 274–285.
..., including those known to swim. Gut-content analyses of the echinoid Araeosoma fenestratum (Thomson, 1872), which is commonly observed with large populations of the feather star Koehlermetra porrecta (Carpenter, 1888) in video transects from marine canyons off the coast of France, revealed elements...
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Gut contents of  Araeosoma fenestratum  (Thomson,  1872 ), before (A, B) an...
Published: 16 February 2017
Figure 2 Gut contents of Araeosoma fenestratum (Thomson, 1872 ), before (A, B) and after dissection (C). In C, articulated skeletal elements of Koehlermetra porrecta (Carpenter, 1888 ) can be seen. Scale bar, 7 cm (A); 3 cm (B); 1 cm (C).
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Examples of the echinothuroid Araeosoma fenestratum (Thomson,  1872 ) in pr...
Published: 16 February 2017
Figure 3 Examples of the echinothuroid Araeosoma fenestratum (Thomson, 1872 ) in proximity to the feather star Koehlermetra porrecta (Carpenter, 1888 ); Bay of Biscay (Guilvinec); 778–941 m. Maximum dimension of A. fenestratum ca. 15 cm. A. fenestratum are the dark
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Examples of interactions between the cidarid  Cidaris cidaris  (Linnaeus,  ...
Published: 16 February 2017
Figure 4 Examples of interactions between the cidarid Cidaris cidaris (Linnaeus, 1758 ) and the feather star Koehlermetra porrecta (Carpenter, 1888 ) in the Bay of Biscay. (A, D–F) locality Guilvinec, depth 778–941 m; (B, C) locality Douarnenez-Morgat, depth 697–1195 m