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The genera and species of Comatulidae (Comatulida: Crinoidea): taxonomic revisions and a molecular and morphological guide

Summers, Mindi M.; Messing, Charles G.; Rouse, Greg W.

Summers, Mindi M., Messing, Charles G., Rouse, Greg W. (2017): The genera and species of Comatulidae (Comatulida: Crinoidea): taxonomic revisions and a molecular and morphological guide. Zootaxa 4268 (2): 151-190, DOI: https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4268.2.1

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