Biology of the Antarctic Seas XIII by Louis S. Kornicker
By Louis S. Kornicker
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Published through the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Antarctic learn Series.
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Clark, 1908]. A. H. Clark [A. H. M. Clark, 1967] later stated that the differences mens. Description. Moderate Drake Passage; Discussion. John 204-205, fig. 4. A. H. Clark Clark, 1967, pp. 499-500. broad. flared for the 50 most complete specimens from Eltanin collections. than ca. last 10 segments. Terminal claw hyaline. The only complete P1 has eight segments, the middle ones elongated. P2 slightly shorter. P3 first genital pinnule. Basal two segments of genital pinnules short, others greatly elongated.
Biological notes. Bernasconi  noted Fig. 4. Co--on food groove patterns in Promachocrinus kerguelensis from Eltanin SPEEL AND DEARBORN: COMATULID CRINOIDS 33 "6':' Fig. 5. Tegmen (oral surface) of two living adult specimens of Promachocrinus kerguelensis from off the west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula. (a) Solidly colored individual; (b) spotted individual. Photos by J. H. Dearborn. off). As in Florometra mawsoni several specimens had modified pinnules near the cysts. Many organisms, including foraminiferans, bryozoans, and bivalves were attached to the cirri.
That overlaps P1 with up to 26 segments. Outer segments with flared and spinous distal edges. Type locality. Challenger Sta. 147; between Marion Island and the Crozets; 46ø16'S x 48ø27'E; 2925 m. Geographic and bathymetric distribution. Between Marion southwest Island and of Campbell the Island; Crozets and 1860-2925 m. Discussion. This material brings to 7 the number of known specimens. The slightly webbed spines on the brachial edges of the small individual probably represent a transition from the unwebbed prongs on the small type specimen (BD ca.