Full reference: R. J. Willink. 1980. A new coiled-stemmed camerate crinoid from the Permian of eastern Australia. Journal of Paleontology 54:15-34
Sister taxa: Neocamptocrinus banksi, Neocamptocrinus barrabiddyensis, Neocamptocrinus bundanoonensis, Neocamptocrinus doreckae, Neocamptocrinus gremialis, Neocamptocrinus millerensis, Neocamptocrinus millyitensis, Neocamptocrinus occidentalis, Neocamptocrinus sievertsae, Neocamptocrinus tasmaniensis, Neocamptocrinus wardenensis
Type specimen: UT 96766, a set of stem ossicles. Its type locality is Maria Island, which is in a Permian marine limestone in the Maria Island north Formation of Australia.
Ecology: stationary upper-level epifaunal suspension feeder
Distribution: found only at Maria Island
Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.
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