Nierstrasz's drawn figures indicate that he did not see, or understand, the outswung parts of the denticles or the plate-like base (Fig.
Pair of outswung denticles distally sharply pointed and curved like medials, not reaching height of medials.
Pair of outswung dentides distally sharply pointed and curved like medials, not reaching in height as far as medials.
festiva on the basis of anterior and posterior body shape, the anterior end beaked and the posterior end with a drawn-out "finger" above a ventral body lobe; the sclerites in a single raised layer, with rimmed scales, some trowel-like with stems, and rods; pedal pit glands that extend dorsally to the body midline; the size of the pedal pit, less than 1/2 body width; the radula with two medial fused denticles, two outswung denticles, and serrations on the base plate; the ventrolateral foregut gland morphology (shared with Lyratoherpia); and an unpaired copulatory spicule with attendant proximal spicules within the lumen of the posteroventral lobe.
with four denticles, the medial pair fused distally, the lateral pair outswung, radula base with two medial ribs extending from lateral denticles; ventrolateral foregut glands in lobes surrounding pharynx, form as in Dondersia; hemocoel filled by mesenchyme; seminal vesicles paired with several lobes sharing single duct; with seminal receptacles; with paired copulatory spicules; posteroventral body lobe filled by mesenchyme, no lumen or gland present; paired lower gametoducts uniting before emptying into mantle cavity; mantle cavity with numerous folds; dorsoterminal sense organ present.
Lateral, outswung denticles curved and sharply pointed as in medials, joining proximally and medially, continuing on base plate as two juxtaposed medial ridges.
73): Morphology of sectioned radula unclear except for paired median denticles with fused medial tips ~38 [micro]m long; base of indeterminable shape and size with neither denticle-like serrations nor paired ridges observed by Heath or by us, nor were outswung denticles.
Radula: Monostichous, 5-6 rows, teeth with four parallel denticles vertical to a base, two medial denticles thin, fused at tips and joined proximally by thickened process at base, lateral denticles thicker than medials, not outswung (Salvini-Plawen, 1978: 38; fig.
It is generally known that the famous Savoy Sultans, a renowned small group that often "outswung
" larger, more famous organizations during its tenure as intermission band at Harlem's Savoy Ballroom, were made up mostly of musicians from Newark.