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Bailey

Cephalis partly submerged into thorax, bears a large apical horn. Thorax pyramidal or conical, mouth open or closed, with 3 conspicuous legs (dorsal and lateral spines). Shell height (without feet): 55-90 µm.

Ref.: Petrushevskaya (1971a).

Dictyophimus gracilipes