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Figure 9

From: A new sensory organ in “primitive” molluscs (Polyplacophora: Lepidopleurida), and its context in the nervous system of chitons

Figure 9

The ultrastructure of the lateral sense organs. A., Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image showing the position of the lateral sense organs (chevrons) in the posterior pallial cavity of Leptochiton asellus; B., SEM image showing one lateral sense organ in L. asellus; C., Diagram of a cross-section through the body of Hanleya hanleyi, showing the presence of the lateral organ in the gill row, indicated by chevron, from Plate, 1901, pl. 5, Figure one hundred ninety-seven; D., Diagram of a cross-section through a lateral sense organ in Lepidopleurus cajetanus, from Plate, 1901, pl. 5, Figure two hundred twelve; E., TEM image showing a section through a lateral sense organ in L. asellus.

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