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Apographiocrinidae ✝

Source Data
SourceIDLink
Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID (GBIF)4873937https://www.gbif.org/species/4873937
PaleoBioDB ID (PBDB)144659https://paleobiodb.org/classic/checkTaxonInfo?taxon_no=144659
Rankfamily
Taxonomy (GBIF,PBDB)Life : Animalia : Echinodermata : Crinoidea : Apographiocrinidae
Taxonomic Status (GBIF)accepted
Classification
(PBDB,GBIF)
RankNameAuthor
-Eukaryota
-OpisthokontaCavalier-Smith 1987
kingdomAnimalia
-TriploblasticaLankester 1877
-NephrozoaJondelius et al. 2002
-DeuterostomiaGrobben 1908
-Ambulacraria
phylumEchinodermataKlein 1754
subphylumCrinozoaMatsumoto 1929
classCrinoideaMiller 1821
subclassPentacrinoideaJaekel 1918
infraclassInadunata
-Cladida
-EucladidaWright 2017
superorderCyathoformesWright et al. 2017
superfamilyApographiocrinoideaMoore and Laudon 1943
familyApographiocrinidaeMoore and Laudon 1943
Scientific NameApographiocrinidae
Opinions (PBDB)
NameRankOpinionEvidenceAuthor
Apographiocrinidaefamilybelongs to Apographiocrinoideastated with evidenceWebster, 1987
Status (PBDB)extinct
Taxon Size (PBDB)7
First Recorded Appearance318 - 315 Ma
Carboniferous
Last Recorded Appearance272 - 269 Ma
Permian
Environmentmarine (based on Echinodermata)
Motilitystationary, attached (based on Cladida)
Visionblind (based on Crinoidea)
Dietsuspension feeder (based on Cladida)
Reproductiondispersal=water,planktonic (based on Echinodermata)
Ontogenyaccretion,addition of parts (based on Echinodermata)
Taphonomyhigh Mg calcite (based on Crinoidea)
Primary Reference (PBDB)G. D. Webster. 1987. Permian crinoids from the type-section of the Callytharra Formation, Callytharra Springs, Western Australia. Alcheringa 11:95-135

Fossil Distribution

Subtaxa

NameStatusCommon Name(s)Fossil OccurrencesOldestYoungest
Apographiocrinus
genus
accepted (GBIF)
listed (PBDB)
31318 Ma
Carboniferous
272 Ma
Permian

Synonymy List

YearName and Author
1943Apographiocrinidae Moore and Laudon
1987Apographiocrinidae Webster p. 121
2018Apographiocrinidae Mao et al. p. 1073

References

Webster G. D. (1987) Permian crinoids from the type-section of the Callytharra Formation, Callytharra Springs, Western Australia, Alcheringa 11, 95-135
Mao Y. Y., Webster G. D., et al (2018) A new crinoid fauna from the Taiyuan Formation (early Permian) of Henan, North China, Journal of Paleontology 92, 1066-1080
Marine Science Institute, UCSB: Paleobiology Data - via The Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera
Data courtesy of: PBDB: The Paleobiology Database, Creative Commons CC-BY licenced. , GBIF: the Global Biodiversity Information Facility, various licences, iDigBio, various licences, and EOL: The Encyclopedia of Life (Open Data Public Domain). Because fossils are made of minerals too!
Data courtesy of: PBDB: The Paleobiology Database, Creative Commons CC-BY licenced. , GBIF: the Global Biodiversity Information Facility, various licences, iDigBio, various licences, and EOL: The Encyclopedia of Life (Open Data Public Domain). Because fossils are made of minerals too!
 
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