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Nemaster grandis

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lexID:
7108 
AphiaID:
246785 
Scientific:
Nemaster grandis 
German:
Schwarzweissfederstern 
English:
Black And White Crinoid 
Category:
Морские Лилии 
Family tree:
Animalia (Kingdom) > Echinodermata (Phylum) > Crinoidea (Class) > Comatulida (Order) > Comatulidae (Family) > Nemaster (Genus) > grandis (Species) 
Initial determination:
AH Clark, 1909 
Occurrence:
Venezuela, the Netherlands Antilles, Columbia, Jamaica, Panama, Гондурас, Доминиканская Республика, Карибик, Никарагуа 
Sea depth:
Meter 
Size:
20 cm - 30 cm 
Temperature:
22°C - 28°C 
Food:
Filter feeder, зоопланктон, фитопланктон 
Difficulty:
не подходит для аквариума! 
Offspring:
None 
Toxicity:
Toxic hazard unknown 
Red List:
Not evaluated (NE) 
Related species at
Catalog of Life
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Author:
Publisher:
Meerwasser-Lexikon.de
Created:
Last edit:
2019-09-01 11:07:18 

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Nemaster grandis AH Clark, 1909

This feather star has forty black arms. The side branches have white tips.
Size: the arms can reach up to 25 cm.

It lives on the reefs. Unlike Davidaster rubiginosa, the Yellow feather star, it attaches itself on the top of the reef, or on sponges, or on sea whips, where it is completely visible.
Depth: ranges from 10 m. down to 40 m.

Source:
Marine Species Identification Portal

Classification: Biota > Animalia (Kingdom) > Echinodermata (Phylum) > Crinozoa (Subphylum) > Crinoidea (Class) > Articulata (Subclass) > Comatulida (Order) > Comatulidina (Suborder) > Comasteroidea (Superfamily) > Comasteridae (Family) > Capillasterinae (Subfamily) > Nemaster (Genus)

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