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Pelseneer, 1888

Pseudoconch dorsally sharp pointed, laterally compressed in middle, no large spines at border of excavation. Spines less developed than in Cymbulia peroni, with five rows of tubercles on oral side; on aboral side dorsally 3 and ventrally 4 rows of tubercles. Ventral end of pseudoconch hollow without spines. Rows of spines at underside are not straight and parallel but sinuous. Wings disc-shaped. Pseudoconch length 35 mm.

Cymbulia parvidentata