Antedon

Antedon is a genus of free-swimming, stemless crinoids. The genus first appeared in the fossil record in the Cretaceous period. ==Characteristics== Members of this genus have no stems but have five pairs of feathery arms arising from a central concave disc. There are a number of cirri or unbranched appendages on a low, cone-shaped dorsal ossicle, ...
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Antedon

(from the article `feather star`) Feather stars occur chiefly on rocky bottoms in shallow water. They are most abundant from the Indian Ocean to Japan, where Tropiometra is the ...
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Antedon

[n] - a genus of echinoderms of the family Antedonidae
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Antedon

genus Antedon noun a genus of echinoderms of the family Antedonidae
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Antedon

The antedon is a type of crinoidea.
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