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from Beyens and Chardez, 1982

Cryptodifflugia angustastoma Beyens & Chardez, 1982

Diagnosis: Shell ovoid to circular, more or less compressed, chitinoid, strongly hyaline, without any xenosomes. Pseudostome oval, with a somewhat thickened border and a very short collar.

Dimensions: Length 45-63 µm; width 40-48 µm; pseudostome 8-10 µm.

Ecology: Fen bogs, Campina, Belgium.

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