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Stenaster obtusus

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Synonyms
Synonymy list
YearName and author
1848Uraster obtusus Forbes p. 463
1849Uraster obtusus Forbes p. 2 figs. pl. 1 fig. 3
1854Uraster obtusus Murchison p. 182 figs. fig. 17
1857Palaeaster obtusus Salter p. 326
1858Stenaster salteri Billings p. 78 figs. pl. 10 fig. 1a
1863Stenaster salteri Wright p. 28 figs. fig. 15
1880Tetraster wyvillethomsoni Nicholson and Etheridge, Jr. p. 324 figs. pl. 21 figs. 1-8
1886Stenaster obtusus Stürtz p. 153
1893Stenaster obtusus Stürtz pp. 41, 56
1914Stenaster obtusus Spencer pp. 22, 31, 49 figs. figs. 21, 28; pl. 1 fig. 6, 7
1915Hudsonaster batheri Schuchert p. 65 figs. pl. 3 fig. 3
1915Stenaster salteri Schuchert pp. 165-166 figs. pl. 32 fig. 1
1915Stenaster obtusus Schuchert p. 167
1915Tetraster wyvillethomsoni Schuchert p. 168 figs. pl. 33 fig. 3
1916Stenaster salteri Ruedemann pp. 52-54 figs. pl. 2 fig. 1, 2
1927Stenaster obtusus Spencer pp. 356-359 figs. text-figs. 221-233, pl. 23 figs. 1-9, pl. 24 fig. 10
1965Stenaster obtusus Owen p. 545
1966Stenaster obtusus Spencer and Wright p. U82 figs. 70.2a-d
1984Stenaster obtusus Jell and Baillie p. 272 figs. figs. 1a-f
1999Stenaster obtusus Dean pp. 225-250 figs. figs. 1-5
2005Stenaster obtusus Dean Shackleton p. 80 figs. pl. 1 figs. 5, 6
2005Stenaster obtusus Hansen et al. p. 214 figs. Figs 5F-H, 6A-D

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Triploblastica
Nephrozoa
Deuterostomia
Ambulacraria
RankNameAuthor
phylumEchinodermata
subphylumAsterozoa
classOphiuroidea
genusStenaster
speciesobtusus()

If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.

Diagnosis
ReferenceDiagnosis
J. Dean Shackleton 2005As for genus, by monotypy