Selenaria lucens MacGillivray, 1895

Selenaria lucens is found from the Miocene of southeastern Australia.

The specimen is from Muddy Creek, and shows four autozooids, an avicularium, a male zooid (top right) and an ovicelled zooid (top left).

Original description: Selenaria squamosa var. lucens MacGillivray, 1895.
Locality: Muddy Creek, Victoria
Type specimen: MOV P27620.

 

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