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Similar to Dyctiophimus hirundo, but shell is thinner and pores are larger; cephalis usually wih 2 horns (apical and vertical spines), feet are smaller (shell structure 3). Shell height (without feet): 90-200 µm.

Ref.: Nigrini and Moore (1979).

Dictyophimus infabricatus