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Eucecryphalus emmae (Haeckel , 1887)

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Haeckel 1887
Shell nearly conical, hat-shaped. Length of the three joints = 1: 3: 1, breadth = 1: 5: 7. Cephalis hemispherical, with a straight horn of the same length. Feet of the collar larger than in the preceding species, the two lateral smaller being directed upwards, the larger odd caudal downwards. Thorax slightly campanulate; its hexagonal meshes two to four times as large as those of the short, convex abdomen, which is turned inwards.
Dimensions.—Length of the three joints, a 0.02, b 0.09, c 0.03; breadth, a 0.025, b 01.3, c 0.17.
Habitat.—Central Pacific, Station 272, surface.
Haeckel 1887


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