The purpose of this dynamic database is to serve as a clearing house for
images and associated data on crinoid skeletal morphology. Crinoids skeletons, like those of other echinoderms, are made up of numerous elements of high Mg calcite. The morphology of these elements is functionally and taxonomically important. Our goal is to make this database as comprehensive as possible and this can only be done with contributions from the community of scientists studying crinoids who have access to SEMs and relevant data. Thanks to all those who have contributed!
If you would like to contribute images and data, please contact the editor at email@example.com
All of the images submitted to the UMMP web site and their copyrights belong to the individual contributors! You MUST contact the contributor for permission to use these images for anything but your own enjoyment. You have been warned!!