Alocodera cockayni (Penard, 1911)
Basionym: Hyalosphenia cockayni Penard, 1911
Diagnosis: Test vase-shaped, compressed, with a broad rounded fundus and a clear constriction between the neck and the main body. Sometimes with two difficult to observe lateral pores, aperture arched in narrow view, with thickened rim. Test very transparent, yellowish, with a smooth surface and small xenosomes in organic cement.
Dimensions: Length 89-126 μm, width 45-77 μm, pseudostome 40 μm.
Ecology: Sphagnum. Only on the southern hemisphere. New-Zealand, Australia, South-America.