Ectosome with Tylostyles pointing out.
Tylostyles of 1 size class.
Surface velvety, hispid to 300 μm.
de Laubenfels, 1930|
Encrusting to 1-2 mm thick.
Surface: velvity, hispid to 300 μm.
Oscula: and pores not evident.
Color: Preserved: Drab.
275 - 480 um.
x 8.0 - 20 um.
Ectosome: With dense Tylostyles pointing outwards.
Choanosome: With scant Tylostyles, scattered.
Distribution: Southern California
Depth: Deep water, 45 to 54 m.
Note: Not reported since deLaubenfels, 1930. Was Prosuberites sisyrnus.
Ectosome with Tylostyles scattered.
Tylostyles of 2 size classes.
Surface slightly hispid.
Green and Bakus, 1994|
Thin encrusting to 1 mm thick.
Consistency: firm but compressible.
Surface: slightly rough, slightly hispid.
91 -169- 210 um.
x 3.0 -4.0- 5.0 um.
310 -435- 590 um.
x 7.0 -9.0- 13 um.
Ectosome: Densely packed Tylostyles, in confusion but some with points up. Ectosome: difficult to distinguish from choanosome.
Choanosome: With Tylostyles in confusion.
Distribution: Santa Maria Basin, Southern California.
Depth: Deep water, 64.5 to 123 m.
Note: Specimens considered by the authors as too small for species identification.