Cyclopyxis arcelloides var. ghesquierei Kufferath, 1932
Diagnosis: This variety differs from the type species in its half diameter of 49 to 58 μm, the central and rounded opening measures 24 to 28 μm, the height of the shell, which is hemispherical, is 24 to 31 μm, about half the diameter. The shell is colourless or brownish, encrusted with small protruding mineral grains.
Dimensions: Diameter 49-58 µm; height 24-31 µm; pseudostome diameter 24-28 µm.
Ecology: Found in Barumbu, near Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Africa.