Bullinularia devexa

Bullinularia devexa – from Coûteaux and Munsch, 1978

Bullinularia devexa Coûteaux et Munsch, 1978

Diagnosis: Shell elliptical in oral view, dorsal side domed, ventral side sloping with ventral lip of pseudostome with a thickened border, and concealed by a curved, sometimes scalloped, dorsal lip, pierced with several pores randomly arranged. Pseudostome mostly with the corners in the shape of an eight. Shell very dark and opaque, surface fairly smooth.

Dimensions: Length: 124 – 170 µm (± 162.0 µm); Width: 97 – 149 µm (± 137.5 µm)  (n=10).

Ecology: litter, soil and rhizosphere of epiphytes in mangrove, Guadalupe.

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