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Clinorhabdus longithorax (Petrushevskaya, 1975)

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The length and width of the thorax and the width of the abdomen is about 50. The length of the abdomen is variable; the mouth constricted. The cephalis is "simple theoperid". About 10-20 longitudinal rows of the pores on a half of the equator. The outline of the shell, and especially the conical shape of the thorax are very much the same as in Theocotyle robusta. It is possible that this species and the species referred to as Theocotyle robusta belong to the same genus. Differs from Theocorys cretica (Ehr.) in having a more elongated shell. In this characteristic the shell is similar to Theocorythium cranoides., but the cephalis is different.
Petrushevskaya 1975


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