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Androspyris fenestrata (Haeckel, 1887)

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Shell roundish polyhedral, smooth, with slight sagittal stricture. Cephalis nearly cubical, with irregularly roundish pores; two or three pairs of larger pores on each side of the ring. Basal plate with two very large pores. Galea pyramidal, with two large occipital holes. Columella enclosed in the dorsal wall of the galea, prolonged into an oblique pyramidal spine of the same length. Two pectoral feet pyramidal, nearly vertical and as long as the ring, twice as long as the caudal foot.
Dimensions: Shell 0.12 diameter, ring 0.07, pectoral feet 0.05 long.
(Haeckel) 1887


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