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Quadrulella debonti
Quadrulella debonti, after Van Oye, 1959

Quadrulella debonti  Van Oye, 1959

Diagnosis: Shell typical lageniform, with square plates in horizontal rows, relatively large, without square platelets or plates between those larger plates. Pseudostome bordered by a series of plates slightly smaller than those covering the test, without bead or reinforcement.

Dimensions: Length 102-115 µm, width 48-53 µm; average length 109.3, av. width 50.2. Width/Length ratio 2.04-2.3, on average 2.18.

Ecology: In Spagnum. Kundulungu, Congo, Africa.

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