Salenioida (class Echinoidea, superorder Echinacea) An order of regular echinoids, similar to the Cidaroida but characterized by the presence of one or several large, polygonal plates developed on the periproct, within the ring of ocular and genital plates. They first appeared in the Lower Jurassic.
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