Pseudostrandesia striatoreticulata (Klie, 1932), female. A Carapace, right lateral view (MSU-ZOC 046). B Carapace, dorsal view (O·C.3123). C Carapace, ventral view (ditto). D LV, internal view (O·C.3122). E RV, internal view (ditto). Scale bar 200 μm for A–E
Pseudostrandesia striatoreticulata (Klie, 1932 )
(Figs. 12 – 15 ).
Carapace in lateral view (Fig. 12 A) elongated, anterior and
posterior margin evenly rounded, dorsal margin arched, greatest
height situated at mid-length, ventral margin slightly curved;
valve surface relatively smooth..
Carapace in dorsal view (Fig. 12 B) subovate, with beak-like
anterior and posterior ends, greatest width situated slightly
behind mid-length; LV overlapping RV, greatest width anterior to
Carapace in ventral view (Fig. 12 C) LV overlapping RV,
ventral margin of LV protruding slightly in front of mid-length..
LV in inner view (Fig. 12 D) with groove along valve margin,
dorsal margin curved, greatest height situated in front of
mid-length, sloping down to anterior and posterior margins, the
latter both evenly rounded; ventral margin slightly curved; inner
lamella calcified, anteriorly wide, without inner list (type C),
RV in inner view (Fig. 12 E) without selvages, inner lamella
without inner list, anteriorly wider than posteriorly..
striatoreticulata (Fig. 12 A–C) clearly show that the valve
surface is smooth.
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