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Apogromia-spec.
Apogromia-spec.
Apogromia spec., the same shell, in Phase Contrast (left) and in normal light. Shell 7.8 µm long.

Apogromia spec.

Diagnose: Shell hyaline, small, pyriform or nearly circular, with one side fastened to the substrate; outline sometimes irregular. Shell without neck. Pseudopodia granular, very thin, branching.

Dimensions: My measurement: 7.7-7.8 µm (n=2).

Ecology: freshwater; peat bogs, the Netherlands.

Apogromia spec.
Apogromia-spec
Shell 7.7 µm long, outline irregular
Apogromia spec.
Shell 7.8 µm long, with some filopodia.
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