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Systematics of echinodermata 2


, : Systematics of echinodermata 2. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 62(10): 1445-1456

The subtypes Asterozoa and Echinozoa were considered, as well as classes the position of which in higher taxa is unclear. All higher taxa of Echinodermata were diagnosed. Modifications of the system, without introducing new names of higher taxa, are suggested.

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