Echinoderms

Adult echinoderms have five-point radial symmetry and include sea stars, sea urchins, and sea cucumbers. They are the largest phylum that has no freshwater or terrestrial (land-based) representatives.

Sea stars

Cushion star, Culcita novaeguineae

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Granulated sea star, Choriaster granulatus

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Galathea sea star, Nardoa galatheae

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Linckia sea star, Linckia multifora

sea star

Indian sea star, Fromia indica

Noduled sea star, Fromia nodosa

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Red-spined brittle star, Ophiothrix purpurea

brittle star

Sea cucumbers

Pinkish sea cucumber, Holothuria edulis

Black-spotted sea cucumber, Pearsonothuria graeffei

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Crinoids

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Black & white feather star, Cenometra bella

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Urchins

Grinding sea urchin, Echinostrephus molaris

Blue-black sea urchin, Echinothrix diadema

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sea urchin

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