“Echinodermata”

 

"Echinodermata"“Echinodermata”

Phylogeny of the echinoderms
A cladogram in the sand depicts the evolutionary relationships between the five classes of echinoderms: asteroidea (sea stars), ophiuroidia (brittle stars), echinoidea (sea urchins and sand dollars), holothuroidea (sea cucumbers), and crinoidea (sea lillies and feathers).

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2 thoughts on ““Echinodermata”

  1. […] the lesser appreciated organisms: the echinoderms (sea stars, sea urchins, etc). My artwork “Echinodermata” is prominently displayed behind him (Note: the poster was originally a gift to Chris back […]

  2. […] older work “Echinodermata,” which depicts the branches of the echinoderm lineage with a cladogram in the sand, was […]

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