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Lateral edges of lower brachials parallel and appressed. 3 mm. Brachials laterally compressed. Some of proximal brachials with a slight overlapping o o spine. + ,-•,-•ooo I I cxl,-• By Br29 and Br30 , the last segments present on the longest unbroken arm, a distinct overlapping spine is developed. Second syzygy at 13+14 or 14+15. Pinnules prismatic. On one specimen P1 is stout and expanded with 11 segments; P2 is shorter and less stout with seven segments. • spinous. o On the other specimen, P1 has 13 segments, and P2 has 9 or 10.
1901, 46 specimens; Sta. 1931, 1 specimen; Sta. 1935, 2 specimens; Sta. 1995, 3 specimens; Sta. 1999, 1 specimen; Sta. 2005, 1 specimen; Sta. 2007, 4 specimens; Sta. 2012, 7 specimens; Sta. 2016, 1 specimen; Sta. 2018, 3 specimens; Sta. 2021, 1 specimen; Sta. 2031, 6 specimens; Sta. 2036, 1 specimen; Sta. 2039, 3 specimens; Sta. 2047, 4 specimens; Sta. 2050, 1 specimen; Sta. 2063, 28 specimens; Sta. 2065, 3 specimens; Sta. 2068, 10 specimens; Sta. 2070, 6 specimens; Sta. 2080, 2 specimens; Sta.
7 mm. 7 mm. All but two arms broken before SPEEL TABLE 7. 9- Number No. 51 Arms No. 24 130 No. 8 first syzygy Axillary angle* Brachial angle* syzygy second syzygy Position third syzygy no. 09 87 114 119 no. -- -- -- muscular articulations Max. 46 first Position Min. 2 muscular articulations Pinnules No. 15 97 P1-P5 - - - 93 5 degrees. syzygy. One of these with third syzygy at 14+15, the other at 15+16. Axillary triangular. P1 long and flagellate, with over 40 segments, and with a highly developed comb.
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