Neomeniida (class Amphineura, subclass Aplacophora) An order of spiculose aplacophorans which possess a groove on the central surface containing a ciliated ridge. They have a simple mantle cavity with internal folds for respiration. True gills do not occur. Individuals are bisexual. They are Holocene in age.
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