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L. Agassiz, 1862

Anterior nectophore without an apical diverticulum to the somatocyst, and with the hydroecium not extending below the basal facet. Posterior nectophore with 4 ridges ending in short basal teeth. Bract with median apical ridge. Phyllocyst is a long tube, swollen apically, without apico-lateral branches. This species somewhat resembles Abylopsis eschscholtzi but there are clear differences. There is usually a bluish tinge to the ridges of all parts.

Bassia bassensis