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Cyclopyxis triangularistoma – from Decloitre, 1980

Cyclopyxis triangularistoma Decloitre, 1980

Diagnosis: Ventral side exclusively covered with very small mineral grains, giving it a pearled appearance. Dorsal side covered with large grains. Pseudostome not invaginated.

Dimensions: Diameter 75 µm; height 60 µm; pseudostome 12x12x12 µm.

Ecology: Soil, France.

Remarks: Decloitre describes this species as different from Centropyxis trigonostoma Bartos, Centropyxis trilobata Laminger and Cyclopyxis trilobata Bartos.

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