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16) 6 -1 6-2 Fig 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. transition fin forms between vulgaris and dolichoptera (Pejler 1956) 02 Lateral antennae 01 on posterolateral comers of trunk (Fig. 7) 02 at least 1/6th of total length above posterior margin (Fig. 43) 03 approximately at median transverse line of body (Fig. 38) 03 inner shell with fine prickles and rod-like structures between inner and outer shell (Fig. 13) 05 Trophi 03 Vitellarium 01 02 03 05 with four nuclei (Fig. 38) with eight nuclei (Fig. 19) with 12 nuclei four to eight nuclei reported 04 Mictic egg 01 inner shell wrinkled (Fig.
Manubria, rami and fulcru~ not described. Male "similar to that of (Rousselet's 1902) S. oblonga "). Total length 192-238, width 109. Distriblltion and ecology Planktonic in brackish waters but also reported from billabongs (Shiel & Koste 1993); widely distributed, probably cosmopolitan. 275 Figs 274-276: Synchaeta kitina monodactyla. 274: habitus; 275: foot; 276: trophi. (All from Koch-Althaus 1976) Literature Remane 1929, Hollowday 1949, Althaus 1957, Arnren 1964, Arndt et al. 1990, Shiel & Koste 1993.
24, 38) main fins shorter than total length (Fig. 16, 19, 26) main fins all approximately the same length (all except Fig. ain fins ~/dprsal bundle up to one and a half times longer than other bundles (Fig. 38) rjglAf main fins width less than 1/10 of length (Fig. 7) main fins width lIS - 1/7 of length (Fig. 48) main fins width 1/3 - 1/2 of length (Fig. 16) 6 -1 6-2 Fig 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. transition fin forms between vulgaris and dolichoptera (Pejler 1956) 02 Lateral antennae 01 on posterolateral comers of trunk (Fig.