Bullinularia navicula
B. pulchella – from Schönborn, 1964 (l.) and Chardez, 1972

Bullinularia pulchella Schönborn, 1964

Diagnosis:  The type resembles Bullinularia indica in size. The shell is brown, completely covered with quartz particles. Pseudostome 8-shaped, surrounded by pores.

Dimensions: Largest diameter 70-72 µm, height 45 µm.

Ecology: Forest soils.

Remarks: Whether this and other Bullinularia species are true species is questionable. All types differ essentially only by size.

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