Micraster A genus of Upper Cretaceous echinoids (Echinoidea) that is common in France and England and occurs in much of Europe. Much has been written about evolution in this genus, starting with A. R. Rowe in 1899, and adaptations in the genus either to burrowing or to varying substrates have also been suggested.
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