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Branchiostoma lanceolatum (Pallas, 1774)

English: A Lancelet (or Amphioxus) specimen — Subphylum: Cephalochordata— collected in coarse sand sediments (600 µm) on the Belgian continental shelf.
Total Length: approximately 22 mm.
Geo-location not applicable as the picture was taken in the laboratory.
Français : Un spécimen de lancelet (ou amphioxus) — Subphylum: Cephalochordata— récolté dans des sédiments de sable grossier (600 µm) sur le Plateau continental belge.
Longueur totale: 22 mm environ.
Géo-localisation non applicable parce que la photo a été prise dans le laboratoire.
Date 1997
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