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Description of Jungia

Four species, type species Jungia sundanensis van Oye, 1949. Test sack-like, cross section and aperture circular, opening with a rim of sand grains forming a short collar. Shell made of irregular plates like in Nebela. Habitat: mosses. Known from Indonesia, Congo and Venezuela.


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