Isocrinus von Meyer 1836 (Sea lily)

Crinoidea - Isocrinida - Isocrinidae

Synonym: Isocrinites Meyer in Agassiz 1836

Parent taxon: Isocrininae according to H. Hess and C. G. Messing 2011

See also Clark and Twitchell 1915, Donovan et al. 2005, Hess 2012, Hess and Gale 2010, J├Ąger 2010, Jagt 1999, Moore and Vokes 1953, Oji 1990 and Rasmussen 1961

Sister taxa: Bakonycrinus, Chladocrinus, Hispidocrinus, Hypalocrinus, Raymondicrinus, Tyrolecrinus

Subtaxa: Isocrinus (Chladocrinus) Isocrinus (Diplocrinus) Isocrinus (Isocrinus) Isocrinus amblyscalaris Isocrinus annulatus Isocrinus arduennensis Isocrinus arzierensis Isocrinus bleytonensis Isocrinus brotzeni Isocrinus californicus Isocrinus campanularis Isocrinus cenomanensis Isocrinus dentatogranulatus Isocrinus diegonensis Isocrinus divergens Isocrinus doliolum Isocrinus dumortieri Isocrinus echinatus Isocrinus florifer Isocrinus gevreyi Isocrinus gocevi Isocrinus granosus Isocrinus knighti Isocrinus lanceolatus Isocrinus legeri Isocrinus lissajouxi Isocrinus longus Isocrinus mallevalensis Isocrinus minutus Isocrinus nehalemensis Isocrinus neocomiensis Isocrinus nicoleti Isocrinus nodulosus Isocrinus perlatus Isocrinus peyroulensis Isocrinus propinquus Isocrinus psilonoti Isocrinus sublaevigatus Isocrinus thiessingi Isocrinus wyomingensis Isocrinus zeltbergensis

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Ecology: stationary upper-level epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Miocene of Jamaica (1 collection)

• Oligocene of Germany (1), United States (6: Oregon, Washington)

• Eocene of New Zealand (2), United States (4: Oregon)

• Paleocene of Denmark (1)

• Cretaceous to Paleogene of the Netherlands (1)

• Cretaceous of the Czech Republic (7), France (13), Germany (1), Japan (12), Poland (1), Switzerland (1), the United Kingdom (28), United States (4: California)

• Jurassic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1), China (1), France (14), Germany (11), Greenland (1), India (2), New Zealand (2), Peru (1), Poland (1), Portugal (1), Switzerland (7), Ukraine (1), the United Kingdom (28), United States (4: Utah, Wyoming)

• Triassic of Austria (2), Canada (5: British Columbia), China (2), Colombia (1), East Timor (1), France (1), Germany (2), Hungary (2), Indonesia (2), Iran (3), Italy (15), Peru (5), United States (16: Alaska, California, Nevada, Utah)

Total: 215 collections including 251 occurrences

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