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B.subsalsa2.tif (Fig. 2. SEM. Dorsal view. Hypotheca trapezoidal. Intercalary bands transversely striated. Cingulum deep, recessed and finely striated.)
B.subsalsa3.tif (Fig. 3. SEM. Apical view: APC. Intercalary plates 2a and 3a separated by plate 3'.)
B.subsalsa4.tif (Fig. 4. SEM. APC with apical pore plate and extended canal plate surrounded by thick smooth and raised margin. Po=apical pore plate; X=canal plate.)
B.subsalsa5.tif (Fig. 5. SEM. Antapical ventral view. Sulcus widens posteriorly. Anapical plates 1'''' and 2'''' indent hypotheca forming two lobes. Sp=sulcal plate.)
B.subsalsa6.tif (Fig. 6. SEM. Lateral ventral view: oblique axis and dorso-ventral compression.)
B.subsalsa7.tif (Fig. 7. LM. Ventral view: broadly rounded cell.)
B.subsalsa8.tif (Fig. 8. LM. Separated thecae. APC visible with apical pore plate and elongated canal plate. Hypothecal sulcal visible.)
B.subsalsa9.tif (Fig. 9. Line drawing. Ventral view: thecal plate arrangement.)
B.subsalsa10.tif (Fig. 10. Line drawing. Ventral view: oblique axis and dorso-ventral compression.)
B.subsalsa11.tif (Fig. 11. Line drawing. Apical view of epitheca with thecal plate designations.)
B.subsalsa12.tif (Fig. 12. Line drawing. Antapical view of hypotheca and sulcus.)
B.subsalsa13.tif (Fig. 13. Line drawing. Epitheca: plates 2a and 3a separated by apical plate 3'.)

Bysmatrum subsalsum