Fig. 14 | Swiss Journal of Palaeontology

Fig. 14

From: The crinoid Eugeniacrinites cariophilites from the Late Jurassic of southern Germany: babies, cripples and enigmatic wing plates

Fig. 14

Winged cyrtocrinid brachials tentatively assigned to Eugeniacrinites cariophilites; the brachials are figured with the presumed proximal, mostly synostosial facet below and the distal muscular facet directed upwards. a Brachial with spine-like process, M11485; a1 distal facet; a2 adoral-proximal view. b Adoral view of brachial with pit below muscle fossae that continues in hollow, mostly closed tube to the margin; M11486. c Brachial with wide wing, M11487; c1 distal with muscular facet; c2 adoral-proximal with synostosial facet. d Brachial, M11488; d1 distal; d2 adoral, proximal facet is weakly muscular. e Brachial, M11489; e1 distal; e2 adoral with synostosial facet. f Brachial, M11490; f1 distal, f2 adoral-proximal with synostosial facet. g Adoral view of brachial with synostosial proximal facet, M11491. h Adoral view of brachial with weakly muscular proximal facet and branched food groove, M11493. i Adoral view of brachial with weakly muscular proximal facet, M11492. j Aboral-proximal view of brachial with knobby thicker part, M11494. Scale bar 1 mm

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