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van de Paverd 1995

Plate 62
The 100 µm scale bar applies to all figures except fig. 2, of which the magnification is slightly more than twice as great as that of the other figures (i.e. the scale bar would represent approx. 50 µm).

Figs. 1-3. Clathrocanium coarctatum. Figs.1a,b: Same specimen, focused on front and back of thorax resp. Fig. 2: specimen with well-developed abdominal section. Fig. 3: sporadically occurring type with large, wide thorax, BSS 13B(F2) EF B25; BSW 47(F) EF N23; IOW 188(F).

Fig. 4 (?), 5. Tripospyris anthropiscus. BSS 28B(II) and 26B(F) EF L49.

Fig. 6-8. Lophospyris dictyopus. BSS 61B(F) EF P24, IOW 134(F), BSS 28B(VIII/1564).

Figs. 9, 10. Tripospyris cortinisca. BSS 44B(F) EF X37.

Figs. 11-14. Zygocircus productus. Figs. 11, 13: forma piscicaudatus; fig. 12: forma capulosus; fig. 14: forma productus. IOW 138(F), 148(F), 188(F) and BSS 21B(F) EF R18.