from The Century Dictionary.
- A grade of echinoderms in which the theca, which may be only slightly or not at all calcified, is not attached by any portion of its surface, but is usually placed with the oral surface downward or in the direction of forward locomotion. It includes the Holothuroidea, Stelleroidea, and Echinoidea.
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