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Cyclopyxis arcelloides
Cyclopyxis arcelloides after Penard, 1902

Cyclopyxis arcelloides (Penard, 1902) Deflandre, 1929

Diagnosis: Test hemispherical, brownish, thin, chitinous, covered with small flat mineral particles; pseudostome slightly invaginated, aperture about half the test diameter.

Dimensions: Diameter 100-110 µm.

Ecology: Freshwater, Sphagnum, submerged mosses. Probably cosmopolite.

Remarks: Van Oye (1951) describes a variety minima with a diameter of 40 µm.
Cyclopyxis arcelloides minima

Cyclopyxis arcelloides var. minima – after Chardez, 1972
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