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Alloeocomatella pectinifera

(Clark 1911)

Red Feather Star

Shuting Jin (2012)

 

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Summary


Physical Description


Ecology


Local Distribution and Habitats


Commensalisms


Life History & Behaviour


Reproduction


Feeding


Cyclicity


Anatomy and Physiology


External Anatomy


Internal Anatomy


Physiology


Evolution & Systematics


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Biogeographic Distribution


Conservation


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Cyclicity

A. pectinfera is nocturnal, remaining hidden during the day in crevices under boulders, coral rubble, and living coral (Messing 1995).

The reproductive seasonality of A. pectinifera has not been investigated, but reproductive cyclicity has been shown to occur in other feather star species (Nichols 1994).

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