from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In the sponges, the canals which carry water from the exterior of the body inward to the flagellate chambers; the inhalant canals: contrasted with aporrhysa, or exhalant canals, which are the conduits carrying water from the flagellate chambers inward to the paragastral cavity.
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