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Claparedellus lachmannii
Claparedellus lachmannii

Genus Claparedellus Khanipour Roshan and Clauß, 2020

Diagnosis: Multinucleate organic-walled monothalamous foraminifera. Test spherical to elongated pyriform or irregularly shaped, with a hyaline, flexible, membranous wall, varying in thickness. Aperture terminal, straight or oblique. Peduncle relatively narrow, asymmetrical and surrounded by a hyaline peduncular sheath. Nuclei spherical, ovular, with a hemispherical eccentric nucleolus. Cytoplasm without crystals.

Type species: Claparedellus lachmannii 

Species assigned: C. lachmannii 

References: Siemensma et al., (in press). Broad sampling of monothalamids (Rhizaria, Foraminifera) gives further insight into diversity of non-marine foraminifera. Europ. J. Protozool.

Claparedellus lachmannii
Claparedellus lachmannii
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