Univalve Shell of Buccinum Undatum

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Univalve Shell of Buccinum Undatum. A, Apex. B, Base. C, Aperture. D, Anterior Canal. E, Posterior Canal. F, Inner Lip, Pillar Lip, Columellar Lip or Labium. G, Outer Lip or Labrum. D F E G, Peristome or Margin of Aperture. W, Whorls or Volutions. S, Sutures, or Lines of Scparation. V, Varix.--The last Whorl of the Shell, usually much Larger than the Rest, is called the "Body Whorl,' the Rest of the Volutions Constitute the 'Spire.' Illustration for Blackie's Modern Cyclopedia (1899).

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