I found several specimens in sediments of a small pond near Huizen, the Netherlands. Remarkable were the numerous fast moving granules and the fast moving and changing veils. There was a distinct bi-directional plasm streaming, but I couldn’t distinguish any nuclei.

Arachnula impatiens
Arachnula impatiens
Arachnula impatiens
Arachnula impatiens
Arachnula impatiens
Fast moving and changing wing like structures
Arachnula impatiens
Arachnula impatiens
The same specimen in phase contrast (above) and in bright field illumination, below.
Arachnula impatiens
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