- External morphology
Processes on anterior and posterior edges. Size 25.6 mm x 21.5 mm
This archignathid, with its cardiorid oral groove, was found in a chocolate shop in Meridian, Idaho. Specimen collected on a bag of confections, with long white amicula attached. Despite its unique circumstance and diligent accession data, Glycodontis charma managed to evade detection in the HORG offices for many months, but was eventually rediscovered. The HORG Board of Taxonomy maintains that it must have been seeking out palatable sweets, which the staff break room notably lacks. Field researchers are therefore advised to bring a watchful eye (as well as a bag of decent candy) when attempting to collect this occlupanid. Discovered and described by occlupanologist M. Stay.