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Asteroidea - Plesiosolasteridae
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|D. B. Blake 1993 (Brachisolaster)||Solasteroid with apparently 33 arms and relatively narrow adambulacral ossicles; the dorsal skeleton is reticulated and ossicles are stout; spines are large, forming clusters at arm tips. Spines have bulbous bases and long, tapering shafts.|