in the cirri none of the segments are very protuberant. In the first pair, one ramus is nearly twice as long as the other. In the posterior pairs the segments are not much elongated, but each supports seven pairs of spines. Bulletin - United States National Museum - Seite 115von United States National Museum - 1916Vollansicht
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Charles Darwin - 1854
...edge, or the inferior corner is obliquely truncated, and projects much beyond the rest of the edge. In the Cirri, none of the segments are very protuberant...posterior pairs, the segments are not much elongated, but eaeh supports seven pairs of spines. Var. nitiJus : with respect to this variety I have little to add...