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Bathropyramis ramosa Haeckel, 1887

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Shell spiny, slenderly pyramidal, with three cortinar pores at the apex, and with nine (or some times eight or ten) strong radial beams, connected by fifteen to eighteen complete parallel rings. Meshes subregular, square, increasing gradually in size. Surface covered with forked or irregularly branched spines, arising from the nodal points.

Dimensions:
Shell 0.3 long, 0.17 broad.

Habitat:
Tropical Atlantic, Station 347, depth 2250 fathoms.
Haeckel 1887


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