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Hexalonche philosophica Haeckel, 1887

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Cortical shell thin walled, covered with short conical spines, three times as broad as the medullary shell. Pores irregular polygonal, or more roundish, twice to six times as broad as the bars; six to eight on the radius. Inner shell of the same structure, pores three times smaller, connected with the outer by six very thin radial beams, which are prolonged outside into six strong, triangular pyramidal spines, as long as the radius. (Similar to Hexalonche anaximandri, pl. 22, fig. 5, but different in the irregular network and the shorter by-spines.)
Haeckel 1887


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