concerns the present species, as the locality and the habitat from which they describe their specimens conform to the type locality of Mycale micracanthoxea
. They did not describe the micracanthoxeas, but these are often inconspicuous. If not, then their description is likely M.(C.) macilenta
which has been reported from the North Sea.
It is likely that Vosmaer & Pekelharing's (1898) extensive description of what they called