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Centropyxiella golemanskyi
Centropyxiella golemanskyi, after Chardez, 1977

Centropyxiella golemanskyi  Chardez, 1977

Diagnosis: In dorsal view, main part of the test almost circular, in lateral view test compressed, flattened, with funnel-shaped circular pseudostome. Test chitinous with some mineral flat grains. Pseudostome with small irregular collar covered with numerous polymorph flat mineral grains.

Dimensions: Length 17-28 µm; width 11-20 µm; thickness 5-9 µm; aperture 5-10 µm.

Ecology: Marine. Sandy beaches, North Sea, Belgium.

Reference: Chardez, D., 1977. Thécamoebiens du Mésopsammon des Plages de la Mer du Nord. Rev. Verviétoise d’Hist. Nat., 34, 4-6.

 

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