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Eukarya - Opisthokonta - Animalia - Echinodermata - Crinoidea - Comatulida - Mariametridae - Stephanometra - Stephanometra indica
 Stephanometra spicata (Carpenter, 1881)
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Stephanometra spicata (Carpenter, 1881) of literature
Kirkendale, L. and C. G. Messing (2003) An annotated checklist and key to the Crinoidea of Guam and the commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands. Micronesica, 35-36, 523-546.
Kogo, I. (1995) Crinoidea. In: Nishimura, S. (ed.), Guide to Seashore Animals of Japan with Color Pictures and Keys, vol. II. Hoikusha, Osaka, 503-512 (in Japanese).
Kogo, I. (1998) Crinoids from Japan and its adjacent waters. Special Publications from Osaka Museum of Natural History, 30, 1-148.
Lane, D. J. W., Marsh, L. M., Spiegel, D. V. and F. W. E. Rowe (2000) Echinoderm fauna of the South China Sea: an inventory and analysis of distribution patterns. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Supplements 8, 459-493.
Pilcher, N. J. and C. G. Messing (2001) A preliminary checklist of the shallow-water crionids of the Kerama Islands, Okinawa, Japan. Midoriishi 12: 15-17 (in Japanese, translated by K. Iwao).
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