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Cyclopyxis rucistoma
Cyclopyxis crucistoma – from Bartos, 1963

Cyclopyxis crucistoma Bartos, 1963

Diagnosis: The shell is relatively large, round in dorsal view, hemispherical in side view. On the ventral side , the marginal part is covered with large xenosomes, and the central area, around the aperture,  is covered with more small particles. The cruciform aperture is located at the end of a vagination that is as deep as half the test height.

Dimensions: The diameter of the shell is 122–124 µm.

Ecology: Mosses, Java, Indonesia.

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