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Rami complex: two broad plates, posterior margins obliquely tapering towards fulcrum, anterior margins broadly rounded with 2 teeth; basal apophyses large. Fulcrum short, gradually expanding towards posterior end in ven- 57 56 tral view. Unci with 4 teeth, principal bifurcate. Manubria with single lamella? Two S-shapied pleural rods. -tnl, uncus 14 flm. Distribution and ecology Europe (Germany), S. America (Surinam). 5-8. 16. Proales macrura Myers, 1933 Figs. 165-169 Myers 1933a: 24-25, figs. 14a-e.
Distribution and ecology Europe (Germany), S. America (Surinam). 5-8. 16. Proales macrura Myers, 1933 Figs. 165-169 Myers 1933a: 24-25, figs. 14a-e. A. Description Body cylindrical, elongate; cuticle flexible, outline variable. Head offset by neckfold, fairly long, c. 1/3 total length; rostral process prominent. Tail prominent, overhanging. Foot placed ventrally, tubular, short c. 1/7 total length; 3 pseudosegments. Toes short, bases slightly swollen, tips fine, dorsally recurved. Corona almost ventral, 2 prominent lateral ciliary tufts, dorsal arc of circumapical band absent.
Cephalodella catellina (O.. F. Muller) according to Harring en Myers (1924). Insufficiently described; nomen dubium. Proales aureus: Zavadowski, 1916: 278, pI. 4 figs. 1-9. Parasitic in colonies of Volvox aureus. Insufficiently described; nomen dubium. Proales coryneger: Gosse, 1887b: 863, pI. 14 fig. 4. Insufficiently described; nomen dubium. Proales gammari: Plate, 1886: 236, pI. 7 fig. 42. Synonymous with Proales 89 88 ~326 334 336 Figs. 319-329: Proales kostei. 319: lateral view, 320,321: trophi, dorsal view, 322,323: unci, 324,325: n1anubriunl, 326,327: fulcrum, lateral view, 328: incus, lateral view, 329: trophi, ventral view.