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Euchitonia triangulum

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Photo#: 420
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-34, 3-5 cm
Photo by: Richard N. Benson

Comments:
Benson, 1966, pl. 13, fig. 3. Fully developed test with terminal spines on the arms and a patagium. Slide VS-R-34a, 3-5 cm. Bar is 100 µm.  
Photo#: 421
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-34, 3-5 cm
Photo by: Richard N. Benson

Comments:
Benson, 1966, pl. 12, fig. 7. Incompletely developed test showing 5-6 concentric shells (appear as rings) of central region and the internal structure of arms with distinct, regular, equally spaced, concentric, latticed rings, traceable from arm to arm. Slide VS-R-34a, 3-5 cm. Bar is 100 µm.  
Photo#: 422
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-56, 1-3 cm
Photo by: Richard N. Benson

Comments:
Benson, 1966, pl. 13, fig. 2. Test with incomplete patagium and arms, with terminal spines, that are not broadly expanded distally. Slide VS-R-56a, 1-3 cm. Bar is 100 µm.  
Photo#: 423
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-71, 1-3 cm
Photo by: Richard N. Benson

Comments:
Benson, 1966, pl. 13, fig. 1. Test without patagium; terminal spines few, broken. Slide VS-R-71a, 1-3 cm. . Bar is 100 µm.  
Photo#: 509
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-27
Photo by: Bjørklund & Benson 2003

Comments:
Picture taken from slide VS-R-27b, 1-3 cm. Bar is 100 µm.  
Photo#: 510
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-60
Photo by: Bjørklund & Benson 2003

Comments:
Picture taken from slide VS-R-60a, 3-5 cm. Bar is 100 µm.  
Photo#: 511
Location: Gulf of California
Sample: VS-R-71
Photo by: Bjørklund & Benson 2003

Comments:
Picture taken from slide VS-R-71a, 1-3 cm. Bar is 100 µm.  


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