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chestnut, rugose.

135. Adula stylina, n. s. Shorter, broader ; epidermis brown, glossy.

136. Lithophagus plumula, Hani. Maz. Cat. no. 175. From Southern fauna.

137. Lithophagus attenuatus, Desh. Maz. Cat. no. 173. From Southern fauna.

138. Modiolaria lavigata, Gray. Exactly accords with Atlantic specimens. Cir-

cumboreal.

139. Modiolaria marmorata, Fbs. & Hani. Exactly accords with Atlantic speci-

mens. Circumboreal.

140. Crenella decussata, Mont. Exactly accords with Atlantic specimens. Circum-

boreal. 10-40 fin. not r. Cp.

Family Arcadcz.

141. Area multicostata. Sbv. Maz. Cat. no. 181. ( -& a , v ,.

142. Xarbatia gradata, Sby. Maz. Cat. no. 194. f From Southem fauna -

143. Aiinaa intermedia, Brod. = Harbarensis, Conr. fossil. Closely accords with

the Peruvian specimens. 40-60 fm. Cp.

144. A'rinnea (? septentrionalis, Midd. var.) subobsoleta. Sculpture much fainter than

in Middy's fig.

Family Nucididas.

145. Nucula tenuis, Mont. auct. Agrees with var. lucida, Gld. Circumboreal.

146. Acila castrensis, lids. Sulph. +?//&, Baird. Subg, of Nucula with divari-

cate sculpture ; only known in Crag and N. Pacific. 40-60 fm. Cp.

147. Leda ccdata, lids. Sulph. Swollen, strongly sculptured : teeth veiy numerous.

10-60 fm. Cp.

148. Leda cuneata, Sby. D'Orb. testeHanl. {Scarcely differs from commutata, Phil.

in Mus. C\im.) = inoniata, A. Ad. Chili. 0-60 fm. Cp.

149. Leda minuta, O. Fabr. teste Hani. Circumboreal. Agrees with Norwegian

specimens of " caudata, Don." teste M'Andr.

150. Leda fossa, Baird, P. Z. S. 1863, p. 71. Between minufa and jwntefa. Sculp-

ture nearly obsolete.

J61. Leda hamata, n. s. Like Stcenstrvpi and permdoides, but very hooked, sculp*
ture strong. 20-60 fm. c. Cp.

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155. Bryophila setosa .-. . .


156. Lima orientalis


157. Limatula subauriculata . .
158 Pecten hastatus


159. ?var. Hindsii


160. var. aequisulcatus . .
161. paucicostatus


162. ?var. latiauritus ....
] 62&. monotimeris


163. Amusium caurinum ....
1 64. Janira dentata


165. Hinnites giganteus


166. Ostrea lurida





152. Yoldia lanceolata, J. Sby. Hani. = arctica, Brod. & Sby. (Not Adrana L, Lam.

G. Sby.) With ant. diagonal lines.

153. Yoldia amygdala, var. teste Hani. Like lanceolata, without posterior wing,

and anterior sculpture.

Family ? Trigoniadce.

154. Verticordia ornata, D'Qrb.=novemcostata, Ad. &Rve. Samarang. Exactly

accords with Chinese types. S. A. 20-40 fin. Op.

Family Aviculidce.

155. Bryophila setosa, n. g., n. s., Ann. N. H. 1864, p. 10. Like minute, broad Pinna,

Animal ovoviviparous. Sta Barbara, 20 fin. Cp.

Family Pectinidce.

156. Lima orientalis, Ad. & Eve., Samarang, in Mus. Cum.= dehiscens, Conr. fossil,

teste Cp. Very close to young of L. hians, var. tenera. Beach to 20 fm. c. Cp.

157. Limatula sulauricidata, Mont. Fbs. & Hani. Circumboreal. Fossil in Crag.

Islands, 40-120 fin. not r. ; S. Diego, 1 valve, 4 fin. Cp.

158. Pecten hastatus, Sby. = hericeus, Gld. Elongated ; a few principal ribs serrated ;
^ ears unequal. In var. rubidus, Hds. (non Mart.), the ribs are equal, not

serrated.

159. Pecten (?var.) Hindsii. Broader; ribs close, small, smooth, bifurcating.

Passes from hastatus towards Islandicus.

160. Pecten cequisidcatus, ? n. s. Thinner and flatter than ventricosus, with narrower

ribs.

161. Pecten paucicostatus, ? n. s. Somewhat resembling very young caurinus ; but

ribs fewer, stronger.

162. Pecten latiauritus, Conr. (pars). Ribs sharply denned, with sharp concentric

laminae. Possibly an extreme form of

lQ2b.Pecten monotimeris, Com. = tunica, Phil. -\-Iatiauritus, Conr. pars. Passes into
Amusium. Very slanting, thin, with faint ribs.

163. Amusium caurinum, Gld. E. E. Large, flat, thin, very inequivalve. Var. =

Yessoensis, Jay. Japan.

164. Janira dentata, Sby. = excavata, Val. Ven. Like media. From the Gulf fauna.

Beach-20 fm. Cp.

Family Spondylida.

65. Hinnites giganteus, Gray, Analyst. = Poulsoni, Conr. Very large, Spondyloid :
ligament as in Pedum, strongly adherent along the ears.

Family Ostreidtc.

66. Ostrea lurida, n. s. Shape of edulis : texture dull, lurid, olivaceous, with purple
stains. 2-3 fin. on mud flats, Lord.

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172. Quoyi


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177. Tornatina culcitella



1666. Ostrea var. laticaudata, Nutt. MS. Purple, winged, waved: denticles near

hinge. Passes towards palmula, Maz. Cat. no. 214, b.
166e. Ostrea ? var. rt(foidesrufa, Gld. (non Lam.). Passing towards Virginica, j un.

Thin, with umbos hollowed j reddish in scar-region. Also fossil.
IQQd.Ostrea Pvar. expansa. Flat, affixed to whole surface, like Columbiemis.

Round, or winged to left, or right, or both, like Malleus. Also passes into

167. Ostrea conchaphila, Cpr. Maz. Cat. no. 214. From Southern fauna.

Family Anomiadee.

168. Placunanomia macroschisma, Desh. Kamtschatka. Vars. alope-\-cepio, Gray.

Shape most variable, according to station. Sculpture often obsolete. On
rock, between tides, Lord.

169. Anomia lampe, Gray, Maz. Cat. no. 219. From Southern fauna.

Class PTEROPODA. Family Hyalceidce.

170. Cavolina telemus, Linn. = Hyalcea tridentata, Forsk. non Lam. Pelagic. 30-60

fm. dead, Cp.

[Other Pteropods were brought by the Brit. N. P. Boundary Survey, but may
have been collected on the voyage : v. p. 607.]

Class GASTEROPODA.

Subclass OPISTHOBBANCHIATA. Order TECTIBRANCHIATA.
Family Btdlidce.

171. Sulla nebulosa, Gld. Otia. Large, globular, thin. Maz. Cat. no. 225 -f- var.

fulminosa, Cp.

172. fiul'a Quoyi, Gray. Small : angular at umbilicus. Maz. Cat. no. 226. Pacific.

173. Haminea hydatis, Linn. auct. Exactly accords with European specimens.

174. Haminea vesicula, Gld. Otia. Smaller, paler, and thinner.

175. Haminea virescens, Sby. Gen. ~Vai\ = cymbiformis, Maz. Cat. no. 229.

Family ?Philinides.
Two species not yet dissected : one with internal shell like Phaneroj)lithalmus.

Family Tornatellidce.

176. Tornatella punctocalata, n. s. Small : grooved with rows of dots : pillar twisted

as in Buttina, Add. non Gray.

Family Cylichnidee.

177. Tornatina culcitella, Gld. Otia. Large, brownish, with faint striae. Fold close

to paries.

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179. carinata


180. Cylichna ? cylindracea . .
180&. var. attonsa


181. planata


182. inculta


183. Volvula cylindrica


184. Neaplysia Californica ....
185 Navarchus inermis


186. Pleurophyllidea California
187. Doris sanguinea


188. alabastrina


189. albopunctata


190. Sandie^ensis


191. Montereyensis


192. Triopa Catalinas


193. Tritonia Palmeri


194. Dendronotus iris


195. ^Eolis Barbarensis


196. Phidiana iodinea


197. Flabellina opalescens ....
198. Chioraera leonina


199. Melampus olivaceus ....
200. Pedipes liratus . .


201. Siphonaria Thersites ....



177 b. Tornatina cerealis, Gld. Otia. Small, white, smooth: but probably = worn
young culcitella.

178. Tornatina eximia, Baird, P. Z. S. 1863, p. 67. Size moderate : fold appressed :

subrectangular.

179. Tornatina carinata, Maz. Cat. no. 223.

180. Cylichna ?cylindracea, Linn. auct. Intermediate specimens, passing into
180b. Cylichna var. attonsa, rounded off at apex.

181. Cylichna planata, n. s. Like mamillata, with apex flattened-offl and fold distinct,

182. Cylichna inculta, Gld. Otia.

183. Volvula cylindrica, n. s. Like grain of rice, pointed at one end.

Family Aplysiades.

184. Neaplysia Californica, Cp. Proc. Cal. Ac. 15 inches long.

185. Navarchus inermis, Cp. Proc. Cal. Ac. Grasses, on shore. Cp.

Family Pleurophyllidiadee.

186. Pleurophyllidea Californica, Cp. Proc. Cal. Ac. Sandy flats, Cp.

Order NUDIBRANCHIATA.

137-198. All the new Nudibranchs are described in the Proc. Cal. Ac. Vide onto),
p. 609. Vide also Gld.'s Otia, and Esch. Zool. Atlas.

Subclass PULMONATA.

For land and freshwater species, both of Pulmonates, Rostrifers, and Bhfi'i7*r,
vide postea, paragraphs 115-119.

Family Aurictdidce.

199. Mflampus olivaceus , Cpr. Maz. Cat. no. 235.

200. Pedipes liratus, Binn. Proc. Ac. N. S. Phil. 1861, p. 333,

Family Siphonariadce.

201. Siphonaria Tliei'sites, n. s. Like lateialisi with strong lung-rib and obsolete

sculpture.

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Subclass PROSOBBANCHIATA. Order LATERIBRANCHIATA.

Family Dentaliadce.

202. Dentalium (? pretiosum, Nutt. Sby. var.) Indianorum. Like entails, with very

fine posterior strise. 20 fm. c. "Cp.

203. Dentalium rectius, n. s. Long 1 , thin, slightly curved : like ebumeum, Singapore.

204. Dentalium semipolitum, Br. & Sby. ? = hyalinum, Phil, not Maz. Cat. no. 245.

From Southern fauna.

205. Dentalium hexagonum, Sby. From Southern fauna.

Order SCUTIBRANCHIATA. Family Chitonida.

206. Cryptochiton Stelleri, Midd. Very large : valves hidden. Reaches Sta Cruz, Cp.

207. Katlierina tunicata, Sby. Douylasice, Gray. Mantle smooth, black: valves

partly concealed. Between tide-marks, Lord. Reaches Farallone Is. Cp.

208. Tonicia lineata, Wood. Closely resembling lineolata, Peru. Painting variable.

209. Tonicia submarmorea, Midd. Perhaps= lineata, var. without lines.

210. Mopalia muscosa, Gld. E. E.= C. ornatus, Nutt. (armatus, Jay) -j-c0wsi'/m7ts,

Nutt. Highly sculptured: mantle crowded with strong hairs. Between
tide-marks, Lord.

211. Mopalia Wosnessenskii, Midd. Mantle slit behind, with few hairs. Sculp-

ture like muscosa.

212. Mopalia Kennerleyi, n. s. = Grayi, antea, p. 603, nom. preoc. Sculpture fainter :

olive with red : ridge angular ; post, valve waved.
2I2b.Mopalia Kennerleyi, var. Swanii: red, ridge arched; less sculptured.

213. Mopalia Hindsii, Gray. Olive : distinctly shagreened : flat : post, valve waved.

214. Mopalia Simpsonii, Gray, in B.M. Col. Like Hindsii, with valves beaked.

215. Mopalia vespertina, Gld. E. E. Shape of Hindsii, with very faint sculpture and

slight wave. Olive clouded with brown.

216. Mopalia lignosa, Gld. E. E. = Merckii, Midd. = Monterey ensis, Cpr. P. Z. S. 1855,

p. 231. Like vespertina, without wave : brown in streaks.

217. Mopalia acuta, Cpr. P. Z. S. 1855, p. 232. Subgeneric, aberrant form ; with

small blunt plate, instead of post, sinus, between the two principal lobes.

218. ? Mopalia sinuata, n. s. Small, raised sharp back, red and blue, engine-turned ;

post, valve deeply notched.

219. ? Mopalia imporcata, n. s. Pale : central areas ribbed : post, valve slightly

notched. Indications of sutural pores in these two species, if confirmed, will
require a new genus.



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220. Acantliopleura scabra, Eve. = Californicus, Nutt. Insertion-plates resemble

Katherina. Valves with, coarse V-shaped ribs, and projecting beaks.

221. Acanthopleurafluxa, n. s. Green, mottled with orange-red ; not beaked j with

only marginal and diagonal ribs.

222. Ischnochiton Magdalensis,ttds. Large, strong- valved, typical. Sculpture much

fainter than in southern shells. Mantle-margin wilh striated scales like
flattened bristles. Side plates 2- or 3-lobed. Beach-20 fm. Cp.

223. I-chnochiton veredentiens, n. s. Margin similar. Small, arched, sculptured

like Mertensii, but with 2 rows of bosses, one of which dentates the sutures.
10-20 fm. Cp.

224. Lepidopleurus regularis, Cpr. P. Z. S. 1855, p. 232. Subgenus of Ischnochiton :

mantle-scales Lophyroid, generally striated. Sp. arched, green, shagreened.
Side lobes 2-4 : eaves spongy, not projecting.

225. Lepidopleurus scabricostatus, n. s. Small, arched, orange : rows of prominent

granules over shagreened surface. Lobes blunt, slightly rugulose, close to
eaves. 8-20 fm. Op.

226. Lepidopleurus pectinatus, n. s. Olive: strong sculpture over shagreened surface :

side areas ribbed : outer margin and inner sutures pectinated. Bch. Cp.

227. Lepidopleurus Mertensii, Midd. Red : highly sculptured over smooth surface :

side areas with rows of bosses. Mantle-scales smooth, rounded.

228. Trachyderrnon retiporosus, n. s. Subgenus of Ischnochiton : mantle-scales very

small, close, smooth. Sp. like scrobiculatus, central pattern in network, 3-6
side ribs.

229. Trachydermon interstinctus, Gld. E.E. Centre minutely punctured : 6-8 blunt

side ribs.

230. Trachydermon trifidus, n. s. Centre-punctures few, deep : 2-4 blunt ribs : side

plates with 2 slits.

231. [ Trachydermon dentiens, Gld. E.E. No shell known answering to diagnosis and

figure.] The 4 following species have incisors blunt, eaves not projecting.
231 b. Trachydermon pseudodenticns=t\-pe specimen of dentiens. False appearance of
teeth due to colour or ridges of growth. Closely granular : areas indistinct.
Sinus broad, squared : eaves spongy.

232. Trachydermon Gothicus, n. s. Blunt parallel riblets along very arched back.

Sutural lobes united at sinus : eaves not spongy. 8-20 fm. Cp.

233. Trachydermon Harhceaii, Cpr. P. Z. S. 1855, p/231. Large, arched. Inside

callous, without rows of punctures to slits : eaves spongy.

234. Trachydermon Nuttallii, Cpr. P. Z. S. 1855, p. 231. Large^plain, flat. Incisors

slightly rugulose : eaves spongy.

235. Trachydermon flectens, n. s. Mantle-margin scarcely granular. Rosy, very

small, scarcely sculptured: valves beaked and waved as in M, Simpsomii
eaves and incisors normal.

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236. Leptochiton nexus, n. s. Like asellus : scarcely sculptured : mantle-margin with

striated chaffy scales, like Magdalensis. interspersed with transparent needles.
20-80 fin. Cp.

237. Acanthochites avicula, n. s. Like arragonites, but valves sculptured in large

snake-skin pattern. 8-20 fm. r. Cp.

Family Patellidez.

238. Nacella imtabilis, Old. E.E. Large : shape of compressa.

239. Nacella incessa, Hds. Sulphur. Small : Ancyloid.

240. ? Nacella subspiralis, n. s. Shaped like Emarginula rosea, and may be a Sciitcl-

lina. 10-20 fm. Cp.

241. Nacella depicta, Hds. Sulphur. Small, long, flat, smooth : colour in rays.

242. Nacella paleacea, Gld. Otia. Narrower, brown, striated at each end.

2426. Nacella ?var. triangularis. Shorter: apex raised: scarcely striated : whitish ^
with brown spots.

Family Acmaidee. (For synonyms, v. Reports in loci?*)

243. Acmaa patina, Esch. Large, blackish or tessellated: with very fine distant

striae. Between tides, Lord.

244. Acmeea pelta, Esch. More conical; border narrow; smooth, with blunt ribs

often obsolete. Between tides, Lord.

244 b. Acmeea ?var. Asrrn, Midd. Stout, small, black, conical. Probably an ab-
normal growth of pelta, jun. (1 sp. beginning on pelta) Cp.

-15. Acmesa persona, Esch. Smaller: apex posterior: colour blotched or freckled :
sculpture in irregular ribs. Maz. Cat. no. 266. Var. umbonata, arched, with
narrow distant ribs. Var. digitalis, apex near margin. Var. textilis, apex far
from margin, approaching pelta.

246. Acmcea scabra, mitt. Rve. Outside with close rows of fine granules : orange-

red tint, glossy. Var. limatula, sculpture stronger, border black : perhaps =
Maz. Cat. no. 265.

247. Acmaa spectrum, Nutt. Rve. Flattened, with verv strong ribs, irregular.

248. Acmeea (?pileolus, Midd. var.) rosace?. Pink, small : like Herm specimens of

virginea.

249. Lottia gigantea, Gray. Genus reconstituted : mantle with papillae interrupted

in front. Shell large, flat, dark, lustrous (= Tecturclla (jrandis, Smiths. Inst.
Check List).

250. Scurria mitra, Esch. Papillje all round the mantle. White, conical : young

sometimes faintly sculptured. In dead clam, 12 fm. Lord.
250 b. Scurria ? var. funiculata. With rounded riblets ; somewhat aoduloua.

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251. Lepeta caecoides

252. Gadinia (Rowellia)

253. Fissurella volcano

254. Glyphis aspera

255. densiclathrata

256. Lucapina crenulata

257. Puncturella cucullata

258. galeata

259. Cooperi

260. Haliotis Craclierodii

261. splendens

262. corrugata

! 263. rufescens

264. Kamtschatkana

265. Phasianella compta

266. Pomaulax undosus

267. Pachypoma gibberosum . .



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251. Lepeta cteco'ides, ?n. s. Like cceca, but apex turned back. Farallone I/,,

teste R. D. Darbishire.

Family Gadiniadce.

252. Rotvellia, sp. Genus proposed by Cooper : tentacles flattened, pectinated. Cat.

Is. Cp. Far. Is. Row.

Family Fissurellidee.

253. Fissurella volcano, Rve. = ornata, Nutt. Approaches Peruviana : hole variable.

254. Glyphis aspera, Esch.=Zwco/w, Gray=cro&Yw, Gld. Large, coarsely sculp-

tured, with colour-rays.

255. Glyphis densiclathrata, Rve. Smaller : with closer, finer sculpture.

256. Lucapina crenulata, Sbv. Tank. Very large : internal.

257. Puncturella cucullata, Gld. E.E. Large, with strong, variable ribs, 15-40.

Hole simple.

258. Puncturella galeata, Gld. E.E. Scarcely differs from noachina, but tripartite

process more strongly marked.

259. Puncturella Cooperi, n. s. Outside like galeata, but without props to the

lamina. 30-120 fin. not r. Cp.

Family Haliotidce.

260. Haliotis Cracherodii, Leach, auct. The trade species, smooth, dark olive : holeg

5-9. Var. Califomiensis, holes 9, 10, 11.

261. Haliotis splendens, Rve. Flatter, grooved, lustrous. Holes 4-7. Below tide :

on rocks, Cp.

262. Haliotis corrugata, Gray. Large, arched, very rough. Holes 3-5. Below

tide : on rocks, Cp.

263. Haliotis rufescens, Swains. Large, flatter, waved, rich orange-red. Holes

3-5. Below tide : on rocks, Cp.

264. Haliotis Kamtschatkana, Jonas. Small, thin, arched, waved. Holes 4, 5.

Below tide : on rocks, Far. Is. Cp.

Family Trochidee.

265. Phasianella compta, Gld. Otia. Maz. Cat. no. 284. Like puUus, a little longer

and natter ; but operc. bevelled and striated, r Var. puttoides, exactly like
Herm shells : ? var. elatior, dwarfed, longer and flatter : var. punciwata, with
close rows of dots ; pillar chinked. 8-20 fin. Cp.

266. Pomaulax undosus, Wood. Very large : operculum with 2 ridges.

267. Pachypoma gibberosum, Chem. ?=in(equale } Mart. Large, rough : operc.

swollen, simple. (Dead.)

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273. Ethalia supravallata ....
273 b. var. invallata ....
274. Livona picoides
275. Trochiscus Norrisii


276. convexus


277. Chlorostoma fimebrale . .
2776. var. subapertum ....
278. gallina


279. brunneum
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281. aureotinctum


282. Omphalius fuscescens ....
283. Calliostoma canaliculatum
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268. ? Imperator serratus, n. s. Small, finely sculptured, base stellate, nucleus Plan-

orboid : operc. Hat, with more whirls. 10-20 fm. = 266 or 267 jun. teste Cp.

269. Leptonyx sanyuineus, Linn. n. g. Like Collonia, not umbilicate. Operc. with

horny and shelly layers, many whirls, outside flattish, not ribbed, margin
broad. Species red 'or purple, lirate. Bch.-20 fm. Cp.

270. Leptonyx bacula, u. s. Small, ashy, Ilelicina-shaped, nearly smooth. Bch.

d. Cp. Genus=IIomalopoma, p/537 : nom. preoc.

271. Liotia fenestrata, n. s. Small. Strongly ribbed each way. Bch.-40 fm. d. Cp.

272. Liotia^ acuticostata, n. s. Small. Sharply keeled, without radiating sculpture.

10-20 fin. Cp.

273. Ethalia supravallata, n. s. Minute : with keel and furrow near suture.
2736. .Ethalia ?var. invallata. Without keel.

274. Livona picoides, Old. Otia. Probably the remnant of an ancient colony of pica.

275. Trochiscus Norrisii, Sby. Tank. Nucleus as in Solarium : perhaps a Probosci-

difer, though pearly.

276. Trochiscus convexus, n. &. Small, subturrited, whirls swollen : umbilicus with

2 ribs, the outer crenated.

277. Chlorostoma funebrale, A. Ad. P. Z. S. 1854, p. SI6=marginatum, Nutt. non

Rve. Blackish, often puckered near suture.
2776. Chlorostoma funebrale, var. subapertum, with umbilical pit.

278. Chlorostoma gallina, Fbs. P. Z. S. 1850, p. 271. Olive, dashed with purple.

Var. pyriformis, Old., umbilicus partly or wholly open.

279. CJilorostoma brunneum, Phil. Auburn : finely striate : Gibbuloid aspect. The

young (teste Cp.) has a basal rib.

280. Chlorostoma Pfeifferi, Phil. Like brunneum : outside Ziziphinoid : umbilicus

keeled.

281. Chlorostoma aureotinctum, Fbs. P. Z. S. 1850, p. 271 =nigerrimum, Gmel. ? Mus.



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