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Aulacantha scolymantha (p. 1575):  Radial tubes cylindrical, straight, of nearly equal breadth throughout their whole length, somewhat inflated on the proximal basal end, smooth throughout the greater part of their length, but in the distal third dentate, with numerous (ten to forty) small pointed teeth, which are curved outwards, and shorter than the thickness of the tube.  Dimensions. —Length of the tubes 0.5 to 2.0, breath 0.01 to 0.02. Habitat. —Cosmopolitan; Mediterranean, Atlantic, Indian, Pacific; at many Stations; surface and at various depths; the most common of all Aulacanthida.


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