Caenopedina capensis H.L. Clark, 1923, H. L. Clark, 1923

Filander, Zoleka & Griffiths, Charles, 2017, Illustrated guide to the echinoid (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) fauna of South Africa, Zootaxa 4296 (1), pp. 1-72: 31

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scientific name

Caenopedina capensis H.L. Clark, 1923
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Caenopedina capensis H.L. Clark, 1923  

Fig. 30 View FIGURE 30 A –B.

Coenopedina capensis H.L. Clark, 1923   *: 375–378. Pl. XXI, Figs 1–2 View FIGURE 1 View FIGURE 2 .

Caenopedina capensis: Clark & Courtman-Stock, 1976: 222   ; Schultz, 2011: 1153.

Material examined. MBC-A 022218.

Identification. Test flattened aborally. Apical disc bright purple, with tubercles encircling periproct. Primary spines purplish distally, base reddish. Preserved specimen brownish in color, apical area conspicuously purplish; primary aboral spines purple, basally reddish pink.

Global maximum size. Maximum test diameter 16 mm.

Global distribution. Endemic to West coast region of South Africa, at 1200 – 1650 m depth ( Clark & Courtman-Stock 1976).  

Remarks. Represented by just one specimen in the Iziko Museum collection.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Echinodermata

Class

Echinoidea

Order

Pedinoida

Family

Pedinidae

Genus

Caenopedina

Loc

Caenopedina capensis H.L. Clark, 1923

Filander, Zoleka & Griffiths, Charles 2017
2017
Loc

Caenopedina capensis: Clark & Courtman-Stock, 1976 : 222

Schultz 2011: 1153
Clark 1976: 222
1976