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(Ehrenberg)

Cephalis spherical, with very large pores and many long, thin spines (undivided cephalis 2, left drawing). Thorax conical, its pores decreasing in size toward the base; sometimes an incipient abdomen present. Overall shell height: ca. 150 µm.

Ref.: Petrushevskaya (1971a).

Lophophaena hispida