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Alloeocomatella pectinifera

(Clark 1911)

Red Feather Star

Shuting Jin (2012)

 

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Threats

Threats to this poorly studied species are largely unknown. Environmental changes associated with global warming such as loss of coral reef habitat, changes in larval dispersal, and shifts in community structure may be cause for concern (Przeslawski et al. 2008). For instance, the mass die-off of all crinoids with planktotrophic larvae during the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary is thought to have occurred due to environmental perturbations linked to climate change (Przeslawski et al. 2008). 

A. pectinifera is not a commercially harvested species. 

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