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Description

Raspailia (Syringella) agnata (Topsent, 1896) is an orange erect-stalked species, with hispid compressed branches showing lateral expansions of 2-3 mm wide giving them a somewhat irregular appearance. It may be superficially confused with other hispid orange species such as Stelligera spp. Microscopic examination may easily discriminate this species from such look-a-likes. It is a southern species.

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Source: Encyclopedia of Marine Life of Britain and Ireland

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