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Cyclopyxis pirata
Cyclopyxis pirata – after Decloitre, 1969

Cyclopyxis pirata Decloitre, 1969

Diagnosis: The test is always covered with square plates (probably from Quadrulella) on both the dorsal and ventral side. The test is generally weakly greyish. The narrow, circular pseudostome is poorly delimited by a thin edge.

Dimensions: Diameter, 50 μm; height 45 μm; pseudostome 20 μm.

Ecology: Forest of Assalem, about 70 km north west of Bandar-Pahlevi, at 1000 m altitude.

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