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†superfamily Pisocrinoidea Angelin 1878 (feather star)

Crinoidea - Inadunata

PaleoDB taxon number: 157884

Parent taxon: Disparida according to G. D. Webster and U. J. Rakhmonov 2009

Sister taxa: Abyssocrinus, Acolocrinus, Agostocrinus, Allagecrinoidea, Allagecrinus, Anamesocrinus, Anomalocrinus, Anulocrinus, Apodasmocrinus, Atopocrinus, Aureocrinus, Belemnocrinoidea, Belemnocrinus, Brachiocrinus, Brutopisocrinus, Calceocrinus, Caleidocrinus, Calycanthocrinus, Cataraquicrinus, Catatonocrinus, Catillocrinus, Changninocrinus, Charactocrinus, Chirocrinus, Chiropinna, Cincinnaticrinidae, Cincinnaticrinus, Claviculacrinus, Compagicrinus, Cremacrinus, Crinobrachiatus, Deltacrinus, Desmacriocrinus, Diaphorocrinus, Difficilicrinus, Dolerocrinus, Doliocrinus, Eocicerocrinus, Eohalysiocrinus, Eomyelodactylus, Epihalysiocrinus, Espanocrinus, Eucatillocrinus, Eustenocrinidae, Glaucocrinus, Gongrocrinus, Grypocrinus, Heracrinus, Herpetocrinus, Heterocrinidae, Holynocrinus, Homocrinida, Homocrinidae, Hypsocrinus, Ibexocrinus, Inyocrinus, Iocrinus, Isocatillocrinus, Jaekelicrinus, Junocrinus, Macnamaratylus, Maennilicrinida, Maennilicrinus, Metacatillocrinus, Minicrinus, Mycocrinus, Myelodactylida, Myelodactylus, Neocatillocrinus, Othneiocrinus, Paracolocrinus, Paracremacrinus, Paradoxocrinus, Parazophocrinus, Pariocrinus, Peltacrinus, Penicillicrinus, Peniculocrinus, Perissocrinus, Perritocrinus, Phimocrinus, Pogonipocrinus, Pygmaeocrinus, Quiniocrinus, Ramacrinus, Ramseyocrinidae, Regnellicrinus, Resetocrinus, Senariocrinus, Serendipocrinus, Stereobrachicrinus, Stibarocrinus, Storthingocrinus, Stylocrinus, Synchirocrinus, Taidocrinus, Tetracionocrinus, Tetragonocrinus, Thaminocrinus, Theloreus, Tiaracrinus, Tornatilicrinus, Triacrinus, Trichocrinus, Trophocrinus, Trypherocrinus, Tryssocrinus, Tunguskocrinus, Virucrinus, Vosekocrinus, Westheadocrinus, Whiteocrinus, Xenocatillocrinus, Xisoallogecrinus, Zophocrinus

Subtaxa: Pisocrinidae

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Type: Pisocrinus

Ecology: stationary intermediate-level epifaunal suspension feeder