What is another word for antedonidae?

Pronunciation: [ˈantɪdˌɒnɪdˌiː] (IPA)

Antedonidae is a family of marine animals that belong to the phylum Echinodermata. These animals are commonly known as feather stars or crinoids. The term "Antedonidae" comes from the name of the genus Antedon, which is one of the most well-known genera of feather stars. Synonyms for Antedonidae include crinoids, sea lilies, stalked echinoderms, and comatulids. These synonyms refer to the feather-like arms of these animals, which they use to capture food particles and to move around the ocean floor. Antedonidae are found in different parts of the world, from shallow waters to deep sea environments. They are important members of marine ecosystems and serve as valuable indicators of ocean health.

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What are the hyponyms for Antedonidae?

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