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Actinomma leptoderma

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Larger tests are not Actinomma leptodermum
Richard N. Benson (21/10/2003)
As described by Benson (1966, p. 164) as follows: "...only a few tests [from the Gulf of California] have relatively large cortical shell diameters ranging from 119-153 Ám (Pl. 5, fig. 5); these specimens can be separated as a group [and are designated as Actinomma sp.] from the remaining tests whose diameters range from 77-107 Ám (Pl. 5, fig. 6 [= Actinomma leptodermum])."



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