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Echinodermata, Annelida, Sipunculida, Priapulida, Platyhelminthes and Bryozoa

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Abstract

The older descriptive studies on echinoderm pigments date back to 1881 and continued to the 1930s [1–9]. Many species were examined and shown to contain ‘lipochromes’ either as such or in a water-soluble (protein) complex which liberated the lipochromes on heating or treatment with ethanol.

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Major Carotenoid Major Pigment Unfed Larva Astaxanthin Ester Fasciola Hepatica 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of LiverpoolUK

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