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Cyclopyxis eurystoma
Cyclopyxis amplecta from Schönborn, 1966

Cyclopyxis amplecta Schönborn, 1966

Diagnosis: The shell is more or less circular in dorsal view, in lateral view lower than hemispherical. test covered with a small amount of xenosomes. Aperture round, located at the bottom of the funnel.

Dimensions: Diameter of test: 65.6-68.2 µm; height: 32.2-40.0 µm; diameter of the aperture: 21-22 µm; concavity of the pseudostomal funnel is 8.9-9.8 µm.

Ecology: Soil. National Park Abisko, Sweden.

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