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Ophiuroidea

  • Specimen Amphiura belgicae Koehler, 1900

    RBINS, OPH.488 ; Belgica, stn8, samples 600-603, 69°59'S, 80°54'W, 300 m. ; Syntype

  • Specimen Ophiacantha polaris Koehler, 1901

    Ophiacantha polaris Koehler, 1901 synonym of current name: Ophiolimna antarctica (Lyman, 1879) - Syntype - RV Belgica, sample 601, 69°59'S, 80°54'W, 18 Oct. 1898 - RBINS, OPH 502 - Photographed on 14.01.2020

  • Specimen Amphiura caparti Cherbonnier, 1962

    RBINS, OPH.119 ; Amphiura caparti Cherbonnier, 1962. Holotype. Expédition Antarctique Belge 1959-1960, stn 134, Baie Léopold, about 240 m, 10 Jan 1961

  • Specimen Amphiura polita Koehler, 1900

    RBINS, OPH.503 ; Current name: Amphiura joubini Koehler, 1912 ; Belgica, stn 6, sample 414. Syntype

  • Specimen Amphiura polita Koehler, 1900

    RBINS, OPH.505 ; Current name: Amphiura joubini Koehler, 1912 ; Belgica, sample 260. Syntype

  • Specimen Ophiacantha antarctica (Lyman, 1879)

    RBINS, OPH.498 - Original name: Ophioconis antarctica Lyman, 1879; Synonym of Ophiacantha antarctica (Lyman, 1879) sensu Mortensen, 1936; synonym of current name: Ophiolimna antarctica (Lyman, 1879) - Lectotype - Belgica, sample 301

  • Specimen Ophiocamax gigas Koehler, 1900

    RBINS, OPH.493 - Lectotype - Belgica, stn 10 sample 782, 70°15'S, 84°06'W, 475 m.

  • Specimen Ophioglypha carinifera Koehler, 1901

    RBINS, OPH.151 - Original name: Ophioglypha carinifera Koehler, 1901 synonym of current name: Ophiuroglypha carinifera (Koehler, 1901) - Holotype - Belgica sample, 375, 71°18’S, 88°02’W, 600 m

  • Specimen Ophioglypha doerderleini Koehler, 1900

    RBINS, OPH.155 - Original name: Ophioglypha doederleini Koehler, 1901 synonym of current name: Ophiogona doederleini (Koehler, 1901) - Lectotype - Belgica, sample 795, 70°15’S, 84°06’W, 475 m

  • Specimen Ophiomastus ludwigi Koehler, 1900

    RBINS, OPH.141 - Holotype - Belgica, st. 4, sample 367, 71°18’S, 88°02’W, May 1898, 600 m