pseudostoma


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pseu·dos·to·ma

(sū-dos'tō-mă),
An apparent opening in a cell, membrane, or other tissue, due to a defect in staining or other cause.
[pseudo- + G. stoma, mouth]

pseudostoma

(soo-dŏs′tō-mă) [″ + stoma, mouth]
An apparent opening or window between endothelial cells that have been stained.
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Ventral face, rounded shell, circular pseudostoma, centered and slightly invaginated.
Shell width 91.13- 103,4[micro]m; height 77.07- 90.03[micro]m; pseudostoma 25.89-31[micro]m.
Ventral face, rounded shell, pseudostoma circular, centered and with little edge.
Shell width 104.34-74.72[micro]m; height 81.70-49.59[micro]m; pseudostoma 32.65-23.84[micro]m.
Lobated pseudostoma, invaginated, small and centered.
Shell width 118.76-111.97 [micro]m; shell height 50.83-48.09 [micro]m; pseudostoma 26.57-23.29 [micro]m.
Shell width 132.23-130.00gm; pseudostoma 46.02-40.28gm.
Ventral face with thorn-shaped projections throughout the circumference of the shell, pseudostoma circular and centered.
Shell width 149.88-125.36 [micro]m; shell height 47.82-36.46[micro]m; pseudostoma 40.46-34.64[micro]m
Shell width 154.96-115.59[micro]m; shell height 31.05-21.50[micro]m; pseudostoma 50.45-31.05[micro]m
Remarks: Lateral face, shell arcuate toward the pseudostoma. Ventral face, circular shell with circular pseudostoma, centered, with collarette at the aperture.
Shell width 122.56-120.30[micro]m; shell height 42.33-41.44[micro]m; pseudostoma 36.22-33.45[micro]m