Additional Reading General references

Byrne, M. (2001). Echinodermata. In 'Invertebrate Zoology'. (Ed. D. T. Anderson.) pp. 366-395. (Oxford University Press: Sydney.)

Byrne, M., Cisternas, P., and O'Hara, T. (2008). Brooding of a pelagic-type larva in Ophiopeza spinosa: reproduction and development in a tropical ophio-dermatid brittlestar. Invertebrate Biology 127, 98-107.

Byrne, M., Cisternas, P., Hoggett, A., O'Hara, T., and Uthicke, S. (2004). Diversity of echinoderms at Raine Island, Great Barrier Reef. In 'Echinoderms: M√ľnchen'. (Eds T. Heinzeller and J. H. Nebelsick.) pp. 159-164. (Taylor and Francis Group: London.)

Clark, A. M., and Rowe, F. W. E. (1971). 'Monograph of Shallow-Water Indo-West Pacific Echinoderms.' (Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History): London.)

Messing, C. G., Meyer, D. L., Siebeck, U. E., Jer-min, L. S., Vaney, D. I., and Rouse, G. W. (2006). A modern soft-bottom, shallow-water crinoid fauna (Echinodermata) from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Coral Reefs 25,164-168.

Rowe, F. W. E., and Gates, J. (1995). 'Echinodermata. Zoological Catalogue of Australia. Vol. 33.' (CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne.)

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