Apiocrinites

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Apiocrinites
Temporal range: Middle - Late Jurassic
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Apiocrinites negevensis Ausich and Wilson, 2012, Matmor Formation, Jurassic, Israel.
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Echinodermata
Subphylum: Crinozoa
Class: Crinoidea
Order: Millericrinida
Genus: Apiocrinites

Apiocrinites is an extinct genus of crinoid that lived from the Middle to the Late Jurassic of Asia and Europe.

Sources[edit]

  • William I. Ausich and Mark A. Wilson (2012). "New Tethyan Apiocrinitidae (Crinoidea, Articulata) from the Jurassic of Israel". Journal of Paleontology 86 (6): 1051–1055. doi:10.1666/12-049R.1

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The distinctive proximale of Apiocrinites negevesis; Matmor Formation; Middle Jurassic of southern Israel.