Florentinia abjuncta DUXBURY 1983

Holotype
Pl. 6, fig(s). 9, 10
NHM registration number: FD86(1)
 

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Original diagnosis:

"A species of Florentinia possessing a spheroidal to ovoidal central body with a distinct, distally closed and rounded apical projection. The periphragm is produced into numerous slender, proximally broad-based and distally capitate process elements which may occasionally be proximally united. A large, broad-based and distally tapering antapical process is present and this is open with a ragged margin at its distal extremity. The process elements and antapical process are smooth, but the main body is densely, though finely granular. The archeopyle is formed by detachment of a single, mid-dorsal paraplate (3'')." - From Duxbury (1983, p. 46).