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Basket stars, sometimes referred to as a Shetland Argus, are a taxon of brittle stars. They are treated as a suborder Euryalina or order Euryalida. Many of them have characteristic repeatedly branched arms. They generally live in deep sea habitats. In the wild they may live up to 35 years. They weigh up to 5 kilograms ( 11 lb). 10 Jul Basket stars are simply a modified brittle star. The arms of the Giant Basket star grow to 1 – 1 ½ feet in length! When prey comes within reach, a basket star will catch the plankton with an arm and curl it into their mouth. 16 Oct SINGAPORE - When Singaporean Ramlan Saim caught a basket star off Pulau Ubin last month, he thought he had reeled in a bunch of seaweed. Together with the brittle star, the basket star belongs to the taxonomic class ophiuroidea, and is a distant relative of sea stars, sea urchins.
25 Apr Basket Star have 5 arms sprouting from their central disc, same as any Brittle Star . But madness immediately ensues. Each arm branches out over and over and over again until you end up with a kind of mesh, the basket. These are incredibly flexible tendrils, just like the Snake Star's unbranched arms. Echinoderms exhibit a variety of body plans. The starfishes are also called sea stars. Although they commonly have five arms, some can have many more. Basket stars have branched and coiling arms. Many brittle stars are quick and agile in comparison to most other echinoderms, especially the almost immobile sand dollar.