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(Ehrenberg)

Cephalis elongate with a large 3-bladed apical horn. Thorax campanulate, with circular, regular pores arranged hexagonally; peristome distinct, constricted, may bear terminal teeth. Abdomen absent. Maximum breadth of thorax: 90-140 µm.

Ref.: Nigrini and Moore (1979).

Anthocyrtidium ophirense