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Chlamydoselachus anguineus (Gar.) = Chlamydoselachus anguineus Garman, 1884

English: Frilled Shark, middle part of alimentary canal.
B.D. = bile duct, B.D.B.E. = enlarged mouth of bile duct into bursa entiana, B.E. = bursa entiana, C = caecum at rear end of the long arm of the stomach, L.T.S. = thickened stomach wall, presumed to contain lymphatic gland, Py.V. = pyloric valve, S = stomach, S' = short arm of the stomach, S.V. spiral valve.
Source Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (vol. 1907 issue 3, page 472)
Author O.A.Merritt Hawkes (text)
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