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Saxipendium implicatum is a harrimaniid acorn worm found in the deep sea at a depth of ~3000 m off the central California coast, characterized by its contorted fecal strand, medium orange body color, and incompletely invaginated dorsal collar nerve.

[Holland et al. 2012]


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