Cyclopyxis grospietschi
Cyclopyxis grospietschi from Schönborn, 1962

Cyclopyxis grospietschi Schönborn, 1962

Diagnosis: The shell is relatively large, hemispherical in profile, hyaline with rarely located but rather large xenosomes. The mouth is four-bladed and surrounded by small, tightly packed grains of sand, weakly concave.

Dimensions: Diameter of the shell: 123-125 µm, height: 80 µm, apertural diameter: 28-30 µm.

Ecology: Freshwater

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