Selenaria bimorphocella Maplestone, 1904

Selenaria bimorphocella is found in the Recent and Tertiary of southern Australia. The illustration shows three male zooids (top, with enlarged opesia), four female zooids (with extensive proximal cryptocyst), several autozooids (bottom) and two avicularia (with porous frontal wall.) The pair of pores proximal to the opesia in autozooids and females are opesiules.

Original description: Selenaria bimorphocella Maplestone, 1904
Locality: Saint Vincent Gulf, South Australia
Type specimen:


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