(Mah, Christopher L. 2016)
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- Pseudarchaster Mah, Christopher L., 2016, Zootaxa 4175: 103-104.
Full taxonomic descriptions for relevant hippasterines (Evoplosoma and Hippasteria) are reported in detail by Mah et al. (2010, 2014). For the sake of completeness, these taxa are included in the key and summarized briefly below by occurrence and other summary information. Ludwig . East Pacific
One included genus, Sibogaster includes two species with occurrence beyond the geographic limits of the current treatment with data for specimens in the central Tropical Pacific and the North Atlantic. Although all species are included in the identification key and taxonomic summary, emphasis is placed on those taxa for which new information is available. Although all species are included in the identification key and taxonomic summary, not all taxa are figured or included for comprehensive taxonomic treatments. Hippasterines (Evoplosoma and Hippasteria) were documented in detail by Mah et al. (2014) and three of the Ceramaster s pecies included were well-documented by Fisher (1911). New occurrence records are indicated in bold.
- Mah, Christopher L.; 2016: Deep-sea (> 1000 m) Goniasteridae (Valvatida; Asteroidea) from the North Pacific, including an overview of Sibogaster, Bathyceramaster n. gen. and three new species, Zootaxa 4175: 103-104. doi