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Eucyrtidium teuscheri Haeckel, 1887

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Shell smooth, bottle-shaped, with three distinct strictures. Four joints of different lengths. The third joint four times as long as each of the two first joints, and longer than the fourth, which is little constricted towards the mouth. The greatest breadth is in the middle of the shell. Cephalis hemispherical, with a small, conical horn of the same length. Pores large, circular, of variable sizes.
Dimensions:
Length of the shell (with four joints) 0.16. Length of the single joints, a 0.015, b 0.02, c 0.07, d 0.055; breadth, a 0.03, b 0.5, c 0.08, d 0.06.
Haeckel 1887


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