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Androspyris anthropiscus Haeckel, 1887

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Shell rough, with two distinct transverse constrictions and irregular polygonal pores. Galea ovate, with a slender conical oblique horn, about as large as the cephalis, which exhibits a deep longitudinal furrow in the sagittal dorsal line. Thorax half as long, prolonged into three short latticed feet; the terminal spines of the two lateral feet are vertical and parallel, that of the caudal foot larger, directed obliquely backwards.
Dimensions: Length of the shell (Including horn and feet) 0.35, breadth 0.1 to 0.12.
Haeckel 1887


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