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Phormostichoartus pitomorphus Caulet, 1986

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Shell smooth, spindle-shaped, consisting of four segments. Cephalis conical with well-developed, poreless, vertical tube lying along the thorax for about a third of its total length. Numerous circular pores, hexagonnally framed , in regular horizontal rows. No apical horn.
Dimensions:
Total length: 75-80Ám. Maximum width: 25-30Ám.
Remarks:
Relationships of this species with P. fistula and P. platycephala are described earlier in this chapter. In specimens of P. pitomorphus, the thorax is always longer than the abdomen.
Caulet 1986


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