Nebela ansata-like
This specimen was collected from the Sima-Moor in Tirol, Austria (2012). It shows two faint lateral projections, comparable with those in Nebela ansata, shell length 178 µm.

Nebela spec.

Diagnosis: Shell compressed, elongated pyriform, with two small lateral projections at the base of the neck, but not always distincly present; fundus rounded and smooth; pseudostome with a thin chitinoid lip.

Dimensions: Length of the shell c. 178 µm.

Ecology: in Sphagnum, in Tirol, Austria.

Nebela ansata
Nebela spec., Austria
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