Oligopodia epigonus, : H. L. Clark, 1925

Filander, Zoleka & Griffiths, Charles, 2017, Illustrated guide to the echinoid (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) fauna of South Africa, Zootaxa 4296 (1), pp. 1-72: 48

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* Oligopodia epigonus   v. Martens, 1865

Fig. 53 View FIGURE 53 A –D.

Nucleolites epigonus: A. Agassiz, 1872   –1874: 147. Pl. XIX, Figs b. 4–6.

Oligopodia epigonus: H.L. Clark, 1925a: 181   ; Mortensen, 1948d: 228 –233, Pl. I, Figs 5–13 View FIGURE 5 View FIGURE 6 View FIGURE 7 View FIGURE 8 View FIGURE 9 View FIGURE 10 View FIGURE 11 View FIGURE 12 View FIGURE 13 . Pl. XII, Figs 13 View FIGURE 13 , 14 View FIGURE 14 , 17 View FIGURE 17 , 19 View FIGURE 19 , 24 View FIGURE 24 ; Schultz, 2009: 512, Figs 862–864; Filander & Griffiths, 2014: 55. Pl. II, Fig. F.

Material examined. SAMC-A28218; SAMC-A28222.

Identification. Test small, ovoid, aborally arched, orally concave, depressed towards peristome. Ambulacra petals distinct, opening distally. Posterior interambulacra form keel above periproct. Periproct elongated, on truncated posterior side.

Global maximum size. Maximum test length 17 mm.

Global distribution. East coast of South Africa ( Filander & Griffiths 2014); East Africa, Malayan region to Bonin Islands, Tonga Islands and New Zealand; at 35–141 m ( Mortensen 1948d; Schultz, 2009).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Echinodermata

Class

Echinoidea

Family

Gitolampadids

Genus

Oligopodia

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Oligopodia epigonus

Filander, Zoleka & Griffiths, Charles 2017
2017
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Oligopodia epigonus: H.L. Clark, 1925a : 181

Filander 2014: 55
Schultz 2009: 512
Mortensen 1948: 228
Clark 1925: 181
1925