. North American geology and palaeontology for the use of amateurs, students, and scientists [microform]. Paleontology; Paleontology; Geology; Paléontologie; Paléontologie; Géologie. 262 ECHINODERMA TA. [men.—Nrc. OUI.—OM Btewarti, Sa/ford, 1869, Geo. of Tenn., p. 346, St. Louia Gr. fii f<,p-. FiQ. 366.—Melonlteti multiporus. Diagram, showing poreH lu anibulacral area, 2 diaiii. MiNOCRiNUS, n. gen. Ety. menoa, strength of body; krinon, lily.] Calyx somewhat § lobular; basals 3; Bubradials 1x5; ra- ials 1x5; azygous and interradials 0; which distinguishes the genus from Platycrinus. Type M.

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. North American geology and palaeontology for the use of amateurs, students, and scientists [microform]. Paleontology; Paleontology; Geology; Paléontologie; Paléontologie; Géologie. 262 ECHINODERMA TA. [men.—Nrc. OUI.—OM Btewarti, Sa/ford, 1869, Geo. of Tenn., p. 346, St. Louia Gr. fii f<,p-. FiQ. 366.—Melonlteti multiporus. Diagram, showing poreH lu anibulacral area, 2 diaiii. MiNOCRiNUS, n. gen. Ety. menoa, strength of body; krinon, lily.] Calyx somewhat § lobular; basals 3; Bubradials 1x5; ra- ials 1x5; azygous and interradials 0; which distinguishes the genus from Platycrinus. Type M.
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. North American geology and palaeontology for the use of amateurs, students, and scientists [microform]. Paleontology; Paleontology; Geology; Paléontologie; Paléontologie; Géologie. 262 ECHINODERMA TA. [men.—Nrc. OUI.—OM Btewarti, Sa/ford, 1869, Geo. of Tenn., p. 346, St. Louia Gr. fii f<,p-. FiQ. 366.—Melonlteti multiporus. Diagram, showing poreH lu anibulacral area, 2 diaiii. MiNOCRiNUS, n. gen. Ety. menoa, strength of body; krinon, lily.] Calyx somewhat § lobular; basals 3; Bubradials 1x5; ra- ials 1x5; azygous and interradials 0; which distinguishes the genus from Platycrinus. Type M. olliculiformis. This generic name is proposed as a substitute for Lecythiocrinus, White, 1880, because that name was preoc- cupied by Muller in 1858, and by Zittel in 1879. adamsi, Worthen, 1882, (Lecythiocrinus adamsi,) Bull. No. 1, 111. St. Mus. Nat. Hist., p. 37, and Geo. Sur. 111., vol. 7, p. 317, Coal Meas. olliculiformis. White, 1880, (Lecythio- crinus olliculiformis,) Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., vol. 2, p. 257, and Cont. to Pal., No. 6, p. 124, Up. Coal. Meas. Merocrinus, Walcott, 1883, 35th Rep. N. Y. St. Mus. Nat. Hist., p. 208. [Ety. meros, hipjoint; krinon, lily.] Basals 5, Eentangular, low, broad; subradials 5, exagonal, short, broad; radials pen- tagonal, four support upon the upper truncate face of each a row of six or seven brachials, and the azygous plate from the same level, the fifth radial; right posterior radial like the azygous plate, but having an angular upper side, giving off, on one side, the ven- tral tube, and on the other a row of brachials; arms long, bifurcating, with- out pinnules. Type M. typus. curtuB, Ulrich, 1879, (Den- drocrinuB curtus,) Cin. Soc. Nat. Hist., vol. 2, p. 18, Utica Slate Gr. corroboratus, Walcott, 1883, 35th Rep. N. Y. St. Mus. Nat. Hist., p. 210, Trenton Gr. typus, Walcott, 1883, 35th Rep. N. Y. St. Mus. Nat. Hist., p. 209, Trenton Gr. Mespilocrinus, DeKoninck & LeHon, 1854, Rech. Crin. Terr. Carb. Belg., p. 111. [Ety

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