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(Caulet)

Cephalis elongated, usually open proximally, with a large 3-bladed horn. Thorax campanulate, thin-walled, with large, subregular, circular pores increasing in size distally; peristome absent or weakly developed. No abdomen. Maximum breadth of thorax: ca. 90 µm.

Ref.: Nigrini and Moore (1979).

Lamprocyrtis nigriniae