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Eucyrtidium hexacolum (Haeckel , 1887)

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Lithocampe hexacola Haeckel 1887
Shell smooth, nearly spindle-shaped without external strictures, but with five internal septal rings. Six joints of different lengths = 4: 8: 5: 5: 5: 10. The fourth joint is the broadest, and four times as broad as the constricted mouth. Pores subregular hexagonal, or irregular polygonal, with thin bars.
Dimensions.—Length of the shell (with six joints) 0.18, greatest breadth 0.09. Length of the six joints, a 0.02, b 0.04, c, d, and e each 0.025, f 0.05.
Habitat.—Central Pacific, Station 271, depth 2425 fathoms.

Haeckel 1887


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