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- ‘Aperture is a simple opening in the center of the apertural face.’
- ‘The two species differ in the ornamentation of the apertural margin.’
- ‘Thus, the presence or absence of an apertural slit does not necessarily have significance for high-level taxonomy.’
- ‘In summary, based mainly on its apertural features, the following new species is questionably assigned to genus Ringicula.’
- ‘In many ammonites the terminal body chamber is relatively large, inflated, and with a constricted aperture or apertural appendages.’
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