Similar 2b-RAD work on the circumpolar ophiuroid
Ophionotus victoriae revealed four distinct populations that were geographically structured and may represent multiple species (Galaska et al.
Pettibone (1993) mentioned that the dorsal tubercles were quite similar to the ophiuroid
upon which the specimens were found.
The fossil fishes do not show any sign of dolomitzation, are well-preserved and associated with ophiuroid
echinoderms and bivalves (Lehman, 1964).
Adaptional significance of the patterns of ophiuroid
Thermotolerance and the effects of hypercapnia on the metabolic rate of the ophiuroid
Ophionereis schayeri: inferences for survivorship in a changing ocean.
2]) coincided with the presence of the ophiuroid
Use of refuges by the ophiuroid
Ophiopholis aculeate: contrasting effects of substratum complexity on predation risk from two predators.
Evolution of maternal provisioning in ophiuroid
echinoderms: characterisation of egg composition in planktotrophic and lecithotrophic developers.
specimens containing the central disk, and intact sand dollars were counted.
The gobies seen in our study tended to show neither a strong association with any substratum type (and their associated biota), nor were they linked to areas with a rich ophiuroid
fauna (Tables 4 and 6).
2006), then in such conditions this species may survive better by increasing the rates of both calcification and metabolism, as, for example, has been shown recently in the ophiuroid
brittlestar Amphiura filiformis (Wood et al.
Juxtaligamental system of the disc and oral frame of the ophiuroid
Amphipholis kochii (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) and its role in autotomy.