Abstract

Isocrinus wyomingensis from the Jurassic of Wyoming is illustrated and described. The articulation of plates and bifurcations of rays are studied in detail, along with the structure of the stem. The form represents the second known species preserving a complete crown from the Jurassic of the western hemisphere. Comparisons are made with other Jurassic and Tertiary pentacrinoids.

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