Bradleytriebella tuberculata (Hartmann, 1964), female. A Carapace, right lateral view (O·C.3121). B Carapace, dorsal view (ditto). C Carapace, ventral view (MSU-ZOC 030). D LV, internal view (O·C.3120). E RV, internal view (ditto). Scale bar 200 μm for A–E
Bradleytriebella tuberculata (Hartmann, 1964 )
(Figs. 27 – 29 ).
Carapace in lateral view (Fig. 27 A) subtriangular, with
submarginal tubercle at ca.
Carapace in dorsal view (Fig. 27 B) ovate, anterior end with
bluntly angulated tubercles on both valves (situated ca.
Carapace in ventral view (Fig. 27 C) ovate, ventral margin
slightly protruded at mid-length..
LV in inner view (Fig. 27 D) subtriangular, with groove along
valve margin, dorsal margin arched, ventral margin straight,
anterior margin rounded, posterior margin slightly pointed;
anterior inner lamella calcified, with 1 inner list (type D)..
RV in inner view (Fig. 27 E) without selvage; inner lamella
without inner list, anteriorly wider than posteriorly, ventral
margin slightly sinuous in front of mid-length..
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