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Hyalosphenia insecta
Hyalosphenia insecta
Hyalosphenia insecta – Cerveno, Croatia, 2018

Hyalosphenia insecta Harnisch, 1938

Diagnosis: Shell flask-shaped, resembling H. elegans, but with numerous small regular undulations; compressed, completely organic, transparent, colorless; two minute pores, one at each side, in the base of the neck; aperture usually with a thickened lip.

Dimensions: 68-84 µm.

Ecology: In Sphagnum and other mosses.

Hyalosphenia insecta
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