And a couple more of Woodland - attached


From: flmnh-aspidolist [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Reich, Mike
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 9:50 AM
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Hi Алексей,


The old stuff is also still very useful ... e.g.


Ludwig, H. 1892: Über die Rädchen der Synaptiden. Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie 54 (1/2): 350-364, pl. XVI.


Woodland, W. (1907): Studies in Spicule Formation VII.: The Scleroblastic Development of the Plate- and Anchor Spicules of Synapta, and of the Wheel Spicules of the Auricularia Larva. The Quarterly Journal of Microscopic Science 51 (3): 483-509, pl. 29-30.


Best wishes,



PS: I will send you the copies of these both in a separate Email...


Dr. Mike Reich
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Von: flmnh-aspidolist [[log in to unmask]]" im Auftrag von "Paulay,Gustav [[log in to unmask]]
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Hi Alexey – Here are a couple.  Cheers – Gustav


Stricker, Stephen A. "The ultrastructure and formation of the calcareous ossicles in the body wall of the sea cucumber Leptosynapta clarki (Echinodermata, Holothuroida)." Zoomorphology 105, no. 4 (1985): 209-222.


Stricker, Stephen A. "The fine structure and development of calcified skeletal elements in the body wall of holothurian echinoderms." Journal of morphology188, no. 3 (1986): 273-288.




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Dear Colleagues,

I would be very grateful for bibliographic references about holothurian spicules formation and development.

Thanks in advance,