Basal Tooth

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Strobilopsidae - Shell Description
... lamellae and several deeply placed basal folds, all growing continuously from an early neanic stage ... that upper and lower palatal folds of Pupillidae are represented by teeth 5 (the most right basal tooth) and 2 (second left basal tooth), and the basal fold by tooth 1 (the most left basal tooth) ... has spiral parietal and columellar lamellae but no basal or palatal folds ...

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